There is a link between transportation equity and social justice.
A jury ordered the City of Indian Wells, CA to pay $5.8 million to a local family who sued over unsafe bike lanes after a prominent neurosurgeon was killed while cycling the area in 2012.
Charter Amendment No.
Vision Zero is the elimination of all traffic deaths and injuries.
Randal O’Toole’s assertion that private automobile travel is less subsidized per mile traveled is flawed not only because of the reliability of the data, but because of the metric itself.
The New York City Vision Zero goal is simple and precise: to end traffic deaths and injuries on city streets.
Media coverage of pedestrian accidents follows a standard pattern.
As San Antonio’s Comprehensive Planning Committee (CPC) moves forward with appointing membership to the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Board, I remain skeptical that a committee dominated by the suburban districts (3, 4, 8, and 9) and board membership from the same groups who built this sprawling city over the past 60 years will make a dramatic change of course through this process.