Quick links: Streets, neighborhoods and bike lanes

May 2, 2008 at 5:12 pm 1 comment

What does it cost to live in your neighborhood?

The Spaulding brothers give us a great introduction to a cool online tool: The Housing and Transportation Index. As they say, be sure to click the Advanced link at the top left to get more details.

Complete Streets bill now in both House and Senate

The bill would make sure that roads built and improved with federal funds safely serve everyone using the roadway — including pedestrians, bicyclists, bus riders, as well as those with disabilities. More information at CompleteStreets.org. Hat tip: Streetsblog

The Stupidest Bike Lane in America

The editors of SlateV.com asked their readers to send them examples of stupid bike lanes. Silver Springs, Md., received the honor.

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Apocalyptic parking What does it cost to live in your neighborhood?

1 Comment

  • 1. MichaelK  |  May 2, 2008 at 7:29 pm

    *waving U-lock in the air*

    Bike lanes be damned! Take The Lane!

    Bikes lines, I say bah.


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