ABQ Roadway Advocacy 101: The Story of Marna Wenderott

By Scot I’m going through one of my ultra-busy periods outside Better Burque, leaving pretty much zero time for blogging. Fortunately, Joline Gutierrez Krueger has this tremendous column/story this morning at the ABQ Journal to more than take up for any BB slack. The story of Marna Wenderott’s involvement with a crash at the dangerous… Read More ABQ Roadway Advocacy 101: The Story of Marna Wenderott

Now Will the Light Get Turned On at Coors & Las Estancias?

Back in November BB wrote about the “dark” light signal at Coors Boulevard and Las Estancias in the far South Valley, a intersection signal that has been installed for years now, but was still not in operation. In the parlance, the light had not been officially shown to be “warranted” through traffic study, as actual/potential… Read More Now Will the Light Get Turned On at Coors & Las Estancias?

Come, Standing Over Way Off in the Corner, to the Bike ABQ “Meet and Greet”

Do you very much like to ride a bicycle, yet also very much dislike anything called a “meet and greet”? Maybe you like to ride your bicycle solo around Albuquerque, in part, because of the isolation and separation it creates between you and everybody you’d rather not “meet” and “greet.” I bring up the interrelatedness… Read More Come, Standing Over Way Off in the Corner, to the Bike ABQ “Meet and Greet”

Albuquerque’s Fabled Northwest Passage’s Fabled Giant Cow

It was only as we neared the northern terminus of Albuquerque’s fabled Northwest Passage that it occurred to me, “Wait, isn’t this the neighborhood with the giant cow?” When last readers met our intrepid Better Burque adventure team, we were attempting to push north along the fabled Albuquerque Northwest Passage, that route that allows you… Read More Albuquerque’s Fabled Northwest Passage’s Fabled Giant Cow