Politics Daily’s Delia Lloyd thinks so. Her newest column points out that car sales are down, and not just because of the recession. Part of the change is that other options are becoming more mainstream, as in Google adding intelligent bike routes to its maps. And to some degree, the climate change message is hitting home.…Read More
Daily Archives: March 15, 2010
Ouch! You’re happily driving along, singing karaoke to the radio/MP3/whatever, when suddenly the ground drops out from under you like a Kings Dominion ride, there’s huge BANG, and you realize that you’ll need a new wheel alignment, or maybe a new tire or rim.
It’s pothole season. Don’t just curse about it.…Read More
One of the continuing fights over the last several months (years, really) has been the relationship between Montgomery County’s existing automobile-oriented “Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance” or Growth Policy, and the emerging New Urbanism, transit-oriented plans being developed for places like White Flint. Put simply, should quality of life in a pedestrian-friendly, walkable community be measured by how fast cars move through intersections?…Read More