If You Had a Million Dollars What Cycling Gaps Would You Fix? Part I

Last night’s meeting of the Greater Albuquerque Bicycling Advisory Committee featured an alluring enticement to help spend some federal funds matched by a bit of CABQ money. In short (because the long version would either put you to sleep or make you head hurt, or both) “we” have right at a million bucks ready(ish) to… Read More If You Had a Million Dollars What Cycling Gaps Would You Fix? Part I

Work Continues on Valle de Oro NWR Road/Trail Improvements

A Sunday country bike ride this morning by the Better Burque Tactical Urbanism Team (BBTUT) had us again head south to catch up on how things are progressing with the multi-million dollar Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge road/trail improvements done in coordination between Feds and BernCo. Here’s how it looks as of earlier today.… Read More Work Continues on Valle de Oro NWR Road/Trail Improvements

Fixing to Fix Central/Girard/Monte Vista Back in 1950

Above is a page from the 1950 “Traffic Survey” edition of Albuquerque Progress, a long-running publication of Albuquerque National Bank from 1934-1965. The magazine served to promote the city and provide open discussion of what could make it better. Sorta like Better Burque but with far more money. Each issue of Albuquerque Progress was devoted… Read More Fixing to Fix Central/Girard/Monte Vista Back in 1950

Deaths of Those Walking NM Roadways Reaches Yet Another Gruesome Record

In records going back to 1995, New Mexico had not experienced two consecutive months of double-digit pedestrian fatalities in the state. Until now. The records also show that months with the deaths of 10 or more walking our state’s roadways has historically been very rare, but increasingly common. Year Fatalities Months 10 or more 1995… Read More Deaths of Those Walking NM Roadways Reaches Yet Another Gruesome Record