In an excerpt from his new book, Walkable City Rules, Jeff Speck says centerline stripes don't belong on residential streets.
Scooters, e-bikes, art, trees and more at the last Sunday Streets of 2018
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Sustainability in China. China is in the middle of an urban design transition from auto-oriented to people-oriented cities. What lessons can we learn? Hear how China’s urban growth could help build a sustainable and prosperous California. Tuesday, Oct. 16, 12:30 p.m., SPUR Urban Center, 654 Mission Street, S.F. […]
A five-star safety rating for pedestrian crashes would publicize some of the hazards of SUVs. But automakers and the Trump Administration might block the Obama-era reform.
Scooters Return to San Francisco Today (SFGate, GreenBiz) Lime Loses Bid to Block Scooter Deployment (BizTimes) Dude, Where’s my Bike Share? (BayCityBeacon) The T Line is Still a Slug (SFChron) Fremont Street to Re-Open (SFExaminer, EastBayTimes) New Berkeley BART Plaza (Berkeleyside) More on BART Fine for Worker Deaths (EastBayTimes) Caltrain’s Weekend Closures (SFGate) Golden Gate […]
Los Angeles is notably absent