Josh Cohen is an independent journalist based in my old home town of Seattle Washington. He likes to write about transportation, bike travel and especially the unique individuals who make up the wide world of bike culture.
He has been channeling his passion for bike people and documenting their stories in an interview Q&A […]
The bike lawyer Steve Vaccaro will be on WBAI’s (99.5fm) morning show tomorrow (5/2/14) at 7:10am. He’ll be speaking with host Michael G. Haskins about cops, traffic safety & #visionzero. Oh, and the transportation commissioner, Polly Trottenberg will be on too.
Speaking of the traffic safety climate in NYC, check out […]
No April Fools-We want #visionzero with safer streets. Come make your voice heard at a town hall meeting in Brooklyn, 6-8pm-Tonight (4/1/14)
Last week WNYC radio launched several journalistic endeavors into a surge of traffic fatalities that has been plaguing the citizens of NYC and newly instated mayor DeBlasio who has committed to #visionzero, a title for an initiative to reduce all traffic deaths to zero.
In only two and half months of 2014 there have […]
Charlie McCorkell was going to Washington to fight for cyclists safety long before there was a National Bike Summit. He was painting his own bike lanes and taking matters into his own hands.
You may know Charlie as the jovial owner of one of the most established bike shops in NYC, Bicycle Habitat, […]
Since Brooklyn has now been rated as the second most expensive city to live in…perhaps we can work on it not being the deadliest place to cross a street or ride a bicycle.
Motor vehicles are out of control, smashing into Hardware stores in Staten Island: (from the Staten Island Advance )
You’re not […]