Real “change” doesn’t come from a stationary bike in your living room, it’s the the whole-self transformation that occurs when you start biking for transportation
Sadly, a lack of funding too often negates our ability to serve a population that chooses transit AND one that relies on it.
Crosswalks are the places where drivers should always be reminded that they are piloting heavy machinery that shares space with a living world
When pushing a crosswalk button puts a pedestrian in danger of being hit by a speeding car, the design has failed
The draw of cities and their visual power is in their Layers of Urbanity, a sort of “kid in a candy store” effect that inspires us to see limitless possibilities
The average driver sees other motorists and cyclists as video-game-like obstacles that need to be overcome in order to advance in a game of speed and power