Collecting A.R.T. in Operation Stories: The Early Days

“ART will be the most consistent way to travel along Central Avenue because of traffic signal prioritization, which gives buses green light priority.”  – Albuquerque Rapid Transit “Ride Guide & Accessibility” webpage. Early, it’s only Day Five or so, reports we at Better Burque are hearing from those riding A.R.T. are: Cars are generally getting… Read More Collecting A.R.T. in Operation Stories: The Early Days

Vision Zero: All Safety Hat, No Safer Cattle to This Point

Citylab’s Laura Bliss, et. al., have put together a thorough statistical and visual look at how verbal-only implementation of “Vision Zero” pledges since Chicago in 2012 have  largely not resulted in any discernible drop in roadway deaths. Expansively looking at early-adopter Vision Zero cities such as San Francisco and Washington, D.C., the piece is truly… Read More Vision Zero: All Safety Hat, No Safer Cattle to This Point

Could A.R.T.’s Long, Long, Long Birth Be Finally in the Delivery Room?

We’ve got some BIG news to share with you today! Tune in to our livestream on Facebook at 11:15 a.m. to find out what it is: https://t.co/WpJlfOQsvS Here’s a hint: 🚎#OneAlbuquerque #ABQRide @abqride — Mayor Tim Keller (@MayorKeller) November 8, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Might our long municipal transportation nightmare, a.k.a. the horrifically long gestation period of… Read More Could A.R.T.’s Long, Long, Long Birth Be Finally in the Delivery Room?