End Your Work Week with Globalquerque!

BB’s work this week has been a combination of behind-the-scenes non-motorized transportation complaining advocacy and heavy J-O-B, making for zip content here. My free time has been quite scant and largely consumed with contemplating the following vital Burque question: *Do I attend Globalquerque! Friday or Saturday night? After sufficient time procrastinating about writing work studying… Read More End Your Work Week with Globalquerque!

If Tucson Can Do It, Volume XXXVIII: Leading Pedestrian Intervals

The city used perhaps more than any in social science research comparisons with Albuquerque, Tucson, continues to kick Burque’s ass when it comes to roadway improvements designed to make walking, cycling and other non-motorized travel safer. For instance, they’ve installed the following: I found out about this as a subscriber to the monthly newsletter put… Read More If Tucson Can Do It, Volume XXXVIII: Leading Pedestrian Intervals

Rio Grande Boulevard Update: Substandard Bike Lanes to be Restriped

We mentioned a couple of days ago the very not Complete Streets striping work recently done southbound on Rio Grande Boulevard. Here’s a snap of the resultant substandard bike lane: And here’s our BB measurement (taken, as always, from middle of bike lane stripe per the standard): The good news is that we’ve heard those… Read More Rio Grande Boulevard Update: Substandard Bike Lanes to be Restriped