This week we’re joined by Patrick Oliva, co-founder of the Paris Process on Mobility and Climate, to talk about the decarbonization of transport. The conversation touches on the electrification of the transportation sector and what it means for climate change, the role cities need to play in the Paris process and what levels of government work best to address climate change, and what the focus should be for mayors in the coming decade.
Today’s Metro Board Meeting Agenda (The Source) Road Rage In Mar Vista (Argonaut) …Mike Bonin: Preventing the Next Tragedy (CD11) Metro Systems Delays Due To Communications Problem (LAT) Carnage: One Struck, Killed By Car After Freeway Crash In Sherman Oaks (Daily News) Heavily Armed Man Caught Urinating At Pasadena Metro Station (KPCC, LAist) Residential Tower […]
Some intersections are riskier to cross than others, but looking at the number of pedestrian injuries alone doesn’t tell the whole story. A new study from Minneapolis combines crash data with pedestrian counts to deliver a more nuanced picture of traffic dangers for people on foot. Among the findings: There’s safety in numbers for pedestrians.