Weekend links: Rules matter
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Walk sign means walk with caution:
A DC resident takes special care crossing streets
, especially after her family witnessed several driver-pedestrian collisions. (Atlantic Cities)
Bus drivers predict fare arguments:
The 2-decade-old Anacostia bus discount ends this week. Some bus drivers say WMATA hasn't publicized the change sufficiently and they worry they will have to argue with angry passengers
Subway gets interactive displays:
New York's subway is receiving several touchscreen information displays
. The 47" displays will show travel alerts and feature a trip planner. Ads will finance the machines. (Popular Science)
Build bike infrastructure and business will come:
Portland is discovering that businesses along popular bike routes are catering to cyclists
. Even development projects are touting their bike-friendly amenities. (NYT)
YIMBY neighborhood association still has trouble:
A Seattle neighborhood rallied for a light rail station in their neighborhood and to upzone around it. Now they say a developer is pushing the envelope too far
. (Seattle Times)
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