Paint bus and bike lanes policy

Excerpts I wrote for Seattle mayoral candidate Andrew Grant Houston’s “Paint The Town Red And Green” campaign policy proposal: …Bus-only lanes are significantly more effective when they have their own dedicated space and are clearly painted as such. Data compiled by the US Office of Transportation Operations on all urban, red bus-only lanes shows thatContinue reading “Paint bus and bike lanes policy”

King County Metro Access Slammed By Audit, Claims of Poor Service

Going out on a limb, parent Becky Bisbee, decided one day to use Access, a $61 million ADA transit program under King County Metro. Her non-verbal and physically disabled daughter was supposed to attend a day camp sponsored by Seattle Parks and Recreation but Bisbee couldn’t get her there. At noon, someone from the day campContinue reading “King County Metro Access Slammed By Audit, Claims of Poor Service”

Memorializing Ronacin Tjhung: How systematic transportation issues can lead to tragedy

A crowd of somber faces collected at the corner of Othello Station Saturday evening in memory of Ronacin Tjhung, a Filipino man struck by a car while riding his bike on Graham Street to his second job. via South Seattle Emerald