Changes would make downtown streets faster and safer for bus riders and bicyclists.
The recipe for success: Give transit agencies the resources to make systemwide improvements, don't just focus on one line at a time.
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With some hard-right House Republicans refusing to support the package, Democrats were able to secure a few spending priorities.
The backup driver was distracted. Sensors that are supposed to detect pedestrians failed.
HB 1191 frees cities and towns from the archaic 85th percentile rule. Instead, they can change speed limits because they believe it would reduce crashes or make walking and biking safer.