More Better Burque: There’s a Fat Man, in the Bike Lane, Wearing Blue

The guy cycling in this photo could stand to lose a few pounds, but the important thing here is placement of new flexposts on Girard northbound at its intersection with Central Avenue. More good work from City of Albuquerque here! And while we’re thinking of this intersection, you know what would also really help there?… Read More More Better Burque: There’s a Fat Man, in the Bike Lane, Wearing Blue

Better Burque’s “Insta-311” Service: Lead at I-25 Westbound

What’s the collective noun for clothes hangers? You know, like a “gaggle of geese” or a “murder of crows”? I looked up one such list and found nothing; ergo, BB nominates “entanglement of hangers,” as in the entanglement of hangers discovered lying throughout the bike lane westbound on Lead Avenue under I-25 earlier this early… Read More Better Burque’s “Insta-311” Service: Lead at I-25 Westbound

Another Pedestrian Fatality and the Need for Deeper Understanding

The rising epidemic of those killed walking Albuquerque streets included one more person earlier today on/near Tramway and on/near Comanche/Candelaria. I include all the “on/near” and other “/” as early news reports aren’t more specific; however, if this latest death is like 99% of other pedestrian fatality reports, it’s as specific as we are ever… Read More Another Pedestrian Fatality and the Need for Deeper Understanding