53 Blog Posts From the Bicycle Tag


Officials Pitch Wishful Thinking as Fact in Washington State Plan to Reduce Driving: NMA E-Newsletter #626

Officials Pitch Wishful Thinking as Fact in Washington State Plan to Reduce Driving: NMA E-Newsletter #626

By guest writer Mariya Frost, Director, Coles Center for Transportation Washington Policy Center Editor’s note: This post first appeared on the Washington Policy Center Blog. The state Department of Commerce is very clear about its views on driving: officials must reduce or altogether eliminate people’s need to drive. In their latest draft of the state energy […]

Compunction to Shame Motorists needs to Stop

Compunction to Shame Motorists needs to Stop

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as an NMA Weekly Newsletter #593 emailed to members in May 2020. If you would like to receive the newsletter, join today the thousands of other active motorists who have made that choice! From the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, anti-car groups have shamed, cajoled, and humiliated city officials […]

Vision Zero: The Consequences of Intolerance

Vision Zero: The Consequences of Intolerance

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA E-Newsletter #373 in March 2016. Motorists need to understand what we are facing when it comes to Vision Zero. This piece outlined just one example and was written before the current COVID-19 crisis. Ecosystem: A system, or a group of interconnected elements, formed by the interaction of a […]

Don’t Let Congestion Pricing Take Hold in the US

Don’t Let Congestion Pricing Take Hold in the US

Before the pandemic, cities around the country were talking about implementing congestion pricing. Experts believe that charging a fee for parts of streets and highways used the most at the busiest times of day reduces demand. They believe that this tax incentivizes drivers to switch to other modes, other routes, or even travel at different […]

A Bait and Switch on the Use of Smart Streetlights in San Diego

A Bait and Switch on the Use of Smart Streetlights in San Diego

Street furniture, such as the lowly streetlight, has recently seen an upgrade to a higher status. No longer just an illumination device, streetlights have now been drafted to gather street data and even police surveillance. Since 2018, San Diego police have used streetlight footage nearly 400 times to help in criminal investigations such as sexual […]

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