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In reaction to safety issues, San Diego is considering use of on-board GPS components in its new Bird e-scooter share to slow people the **** down: If adopted by the City Council as proposed, the new rules would limit speeds to 8 miles per hour in select areas, including along the boardwalks in Mission Beach,… Read More San Diego Considers “Geofencing” Scooter Speeds. Can YOUR Car Be Far Behind?
More attendees, more families, more roadway treatments, and more activities greeted those taking over Southern Ave. SE yesterday for Albuquerque’s 2018 CiQlovia. Event organizers, including International District Healthy Communities Coalition, Vision Zero Albuquerque, Healthy Here NM, and BikeABQ are heartily thanked and commended for the hard work and planning that went into a finely tuned… Read More Burque CiQlovia 2018 is Big Success
Where does your eye go first in the photo above? Is it: The truck parked in the bike lane? The red car parked blocking the sidewalk? The white car creeping over into the oncoming bike lane? There was a large wedding or similar gathering taking place around the corner. I’m sure the drivers of the… Read More Illegal Driving/Stopping: Take Your Pick
Who and what was responsible for the death of someone walking somewhere in/near Coors and Rio Bravo Boulevards last night? Waking up this morning we find out no more than was stated immediately after the incident, although it is notable that media is using the word “crash” in their scant reports rather than “accident.” Of… Read More If You Build it They Will Come, or Get Killed Trying
Sometimes the best way to get things done is through The System. The Better Burque Tactical Urbanism Team (BBTUT) has evidently scored a small win (and they are all small wins) via its 311/SeeClickFix Campaign. The folks at the blandly named, yet undeniably important “311 Citizen Contact Center” are heartily thanked for not only following-up… Read More Tactical Urbanism Via 311
When told the MRMPO is leading a meeting on the MTP update concerning the LRTS for 2040, your response is probably: A. I have no idea what any of that means; B. I suspect attending this meeting will give me both cooties and damage my brain; C. I also suspect that there’s a chance, a… Read More Overcome Transportation Acronymophobia; Attend This Meeting