California's landmark cap-and-trade bill was signed today by Governor Jerry Brown. It was a speech-filled occasion: a victory celebration, a moment to crow--and a chance to warn of the existential threat of climate change.
Light Street in Baltimore acts like a highway separating the Inner Harbor from the rest of the city. It needs a road diet.
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Parking minimum requirements raise L.A. apartment rent by about $200 per month, whether a renter drives or not.
You think victim-blaming is bad now? Making everyone walk or bike with a "don't hit me" device would further penalize the most vulnerable.
It's easier to blame pedestrian deaths on victims than to confront our responsibility to create a safer transportation system.