Across the U.S., transit agencies are grappling with a shortfall of operators. These operators — frontline workers that keep buses and trains running are essential to a functioning transit network that actually gets riders where they need to go.
Dave Snyder, currently the senior director for infrastructure at PeopleForBikes, was a key player in the proliferation of shared lane markings back when he was executive director of the California Bicycle Coalition. Twenty years later, he’s disillusioned with them.
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The final phase of 57/60 Freeway construction is anticipated to get underway this Spring, with the widened freeway expected to open around 2026-2028
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The Raman-Bonin-Blumenfield motion would "eliminate spot road widenings" instead prioritizing the "pedestrian experience" and "pedestrian safety and visibility" by minimizing crossing distance at intersections