Category Archives : Alternative Transportation



Tests for over 75 drivers

According to an article in the Republican A key state legislative committee gave a favorable recommendation Tuesday to a bill that would require drivers 75 and older who are renewing their license to pass tests to prove they can safely READ MORE



A Comparison of Costs

My recent discovery of the $500,000 dollars alloted for bridge repair along the East Bay Bike Path (EBBP) from the upcoming stimulus money got me thinking… how does this compare in magnitude to a similar road project? As many of READ MORE



It Hurts to Stop

Anyone who has ridden a bicycle knows, it’s hard to get started from a complete stop.  Some cyclists obidiently stop at all stop signs, lights, etc., others slowly roll through them, keeping just enough momentum to help get them started READ MORE



May 10, 2008 Gas Prices Send Surge of Riders to Mass Transit By CLIFFORD KRAUSS DENVER — With the price of gas approaching $4 a gallon, more commuters are abandoning their cars and taking the train or bus instead.Mass transit READ MORE



A report released by the National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission calls for a significant federal gasoline tax increase of up to 40 cents implemented over 5 years.  On top of this, a number of states are considering READ MORE