Tag Archives: bicycles

The Joy of Slow Cities

It’s entirely possible that in The Future, we’ll come to realize that slower cities are better than fast.  A city in which the fastest thing on the street is a bicycle is a place for living, for being, for enjoying … Continue reading

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Star CSP Hotline for Bicyclists

Bicyclists are encouraged to use the *CSP hotline to report aggressive drivers to the Colorado State Police (just dial *277 on your mobile).  You must obtain the license plate of the vehicle and describe the aggressive behavior.  Location, direction of … Continue reading

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Population Growth vs. Migration in Boulder and the World

The Boulder Blue Line has a short post entitled This Law Cannot Be Repealed by Albert Bartlett, who is an emeritus professor of Physics at CU, and who is most well known for speaking about the absurdity of “sustainable” growth … Continue reading

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Do Roads Pay for Themselves?

A study from the US Public Research Interest Group (PDF) on transportation funding the US.  The short answer is that only about half of highway funds come from “user fees” like the gas tax and vehicle registration fees.  The rest … Continue reading

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Support AB 1186 for transparent parking costs

Dear Assemblymember Portantino, I would like to urge you to support AB 1186, an effort to enhance the transparency of parking costs for easing the enforcement of California’s parking cash-out legislation.  This bill has been introduced by Assemblymember Bob Blumenfield … Continue reading

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