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Baltimore Complete Streets Bill Introduced

Baltimore Complete Streets Bill Introduced

Monday, July 31, 2017
Earlier this week, on July 17, City Councilman Ryan Dorsey, introduced a new Complete Streets ordinance aimed getting the Baltimore City Department of Transportation to prioritize future transportation policies and projects that promote economic development and “ensure equity by eliminating health, economic, and access disparities.”

Congressional Confusion: Tax Cuts or Infrastructure Up Next?

The latest version of the health care repeal bill is down for the count after the Senate voted against moving forward, leaving the Prevention Fund intact for the time being. The big question is what does Congress move on to now? There is a lot of pressure on Republicans to deliver some sort of big legislative priority.

How to Grow Responsible Road Users

In the Netherlands, approximately 50 percent of primary school children ride their bikes to school, and even more ride their bikes to secondary school.1 What’s more, Dutch cyclists are about 30 times less likely to get injured cycling than Americans. This begs the question: how do they achieve such high levels of ridership and low rates of injury?