The big story yesterday, of course, was the latest school shooting in a nation where school shootings are basically the norm. Plus other news.
Protect women and they will bike.
"We assume[d] the federal dollars would cover us through 2025," said the agency's CFO, but "at the current ridership levels, we'll have plenty of federal money for this year and next year."
Our big story today is investigative reporter Jesse Coburn's six-month investigation into roadways around city school buildings (hint: kids are uniquely endangered). Check it out, plus all the other news.
Nonetheless, e-bike incentives still aren't an easy sell among the groups that are best poised to create them.
A six-month Streetsblog investigation found that streets near schools are uniquely dangerous, with rates of crashes and injuries that exceed city averages — particularly near schools where most students are poor or children of color.