A new bill would give U.S. communities money to analyze how easy — or difficult — it is for residents to access the destinations they need most, and how their mode of transportation, race, income, age, disability, and other factors that impact their basic mobility.
A movement is growing to strike down racially biased and ineffective “jaywalking” laws across America — and the advocates behind these efforts say the path to doing it everywhere may be smoother than it has been in the past.
AAA Colorado is always looking to expand the School Safety Patrol program, especially with a renewed focus on Denver to align with the City’s Vision Zero initiatives and its Safe Routes to School 5-Year Action Plan, now in development.
A growing body of research has proven that incomplete and dangerous transportation infrastructure in lower-income areas has a disparate negative impact on Black, Indigenous and people of color. Now ODOT's own analysis proves the existence of these impacts on BIPOC Oregonians for the first time.
Every single state in America but one has gotten more dangerous for walkers in the last two years, and the one that didn't only managed to maintain its abysmal rate of walking fatalities, rather than reducing it.