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Safe Streets
Safe Streets

The Strong Towns #slowthecars campaign is about the need to recognize that we can make our streets safer—and more productive—by slowing down traffic and focusing on the place. We need to build efficient roads (connections between productive places) and productive streets (platforms for wealth creation) and eliminate stroads (street/road hybrid, the futon of transportation).

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The INVEST Act receives high scores from T4America, but...

The INVEST Act receives high scores from T4America, but my use of the "find" tool to search for key language in the act's text didn't inspire confidence. But, I know legislation is like a rotten onion w references that layer... (More)

Kegan Sickels
President, Dayton View Triangle Federation

Can Bike Lanes and Left Turn Lanes Safely Co-exist?

Hello everyone! I'm a neighborhood president in Dayton, Ohio and we recently learned that a street (Philadelphia Dr.) on the edge of our neighborhood is being repaved and restriped. This 3/4mi stretch of road has been a constant source of... (More)

Since you're in Texas, I may be able to direct you to the information you need without a FOIA request. It depends on the level of detail you're wanting.

You don't need to name your town, but what information are... (More)

Street Trees!

Our block in Cabbagetown, Atlanta has become an important North/South thoroughfare for cars. We're seeing more volume -- and more speeding cars -- at the same time as our neighborhood welcomes more pedestrians, including toddlers. And our sidewalk has almost... (More)