Not open for business

If your city leaders are adding paths in the woods that are only “open” from dawn to dusk, they have just spent thousands of tax dollars on a purely recreational amenity that cannot be considered part of your city’s transportation network. Case in point: it is currently dark when bike commuters and children-on-bikes go to…

Um, no thanks

Um, no thanks, to bikey scene #1 (which is precariously close to the exact spot where The Incident happened, by the way). Yes to bikey scene #2 (which is where I chose to go instead). Hint: If your city’s bike infrastructure doesn’t provide safe, equitable access-for-all in the fog or rain, or if it is…

New standards

I see on the latest paving schedule for my metro-Atlanta suburb-city (which is kind of my city hall’s local Bible) that a significant part of this main road (which leads to a shopping center and a church and serves as a major connector to the rest of the city — it’s also my only way…

In Daniel’s words

A man seemed very anxious to talk yesterday when he saw my friend and me pointing at one of the newest ghost bikes in the USA across the street from the protected bike lane where we were riding (as part of my Best of Atlanta 10-mile loop). I’ll just let him tell you what was on his…