List of All Postings

Most Recent Posts First (82 Total):

  1. A Bicycle Ride on the Stevens Creek Trail in Mountain View May 12, 2016
  2. Cupertino is Mostly about Education March 28, 2016
  3. Incentivizing Employees to Live Close to Work and Reduce Traffic March 4, 2016
  4. The Deadly Third Rail of Growth February 25, 2016
  5. Free Public Transportation for Cupetino February 15, 2016
  6. Union Pacific Railroad Trail Update February 12, 2016
  7. Mitigating traffic around Tri-School Area February 10, 2016
  8. A Community Mall that Reduces Traffic the Larger it Grow – Thinking Outside the Box January 28, 2016
  9. A Building Moratorium between Developments to Control Growth January 21, 2016
  10. Vallco – Housing for Apple 2 Employees to Mitigate Traffic January 9, 2016
  11. What We Can All Do to Help Save Our Planet January 8, 2016
  12. Need for More Bicycle Trails January 5, 2016
  13. Comments on the Stevens Creek Trail Feasibility Study Meeting December 21, 2015
  14. Smart Growth – A Personal Perspective December 5, 2015
  15. More Sustained Growth for Cupertino with Smart Growth November 29, 2015
  16. Why Bicycles are So Beneficial to Cupertino November 16, 2015
  17. Free Public Bicycles and Bicycle Share Programs
  18. My Motives for Establishing this Blog
  19. The Case for Safer Bicycle Lanes
  20. Integrated Solution to Solving Growth and Traffic Congestion Problems
  21. The Case for Bicycles vs. Minibuses and Uber Cars
  22. Things that Discourage Me from Biking in Cupertino
  23. Those Invasive Dashed Bicycle Lanes Before Intersections
  24. Liability Kills Innovation and Solutions
  25. Building a Quaint Bicycle Friendly Community
  26. Future Cupertino Traffic Projections (Including General Plan Data)
  27. Davis California is 1st City in U.S. to Install Dutch Designed Protected Bicycle Intersection
  28. Do You Know what That New Painted Bicycle Sharrow Symbols on the Roads Mean?
  29. The Reason Bicycles Have No Powerful Advocates
  30. Letter to City: Future Growth and Traffic in Cupertino
  31. Future Cupertino Traffic Projections
  32. A Recent Post I made to Nextdoor About Bicycles and Cars
  33. The Most Efficient Means of Transportation Devised by Man
  34. Senate transportation bill includes landmark provision for safer streets
  35. Safe Streets Act of 2015 – HR2071
  36. Smart Growth Is Sustainable Growth
  37. My Bucket List for Biking and Walking in Cupertino
  38. The Joys of Bike Riding
  39. Bicycle Express Lanes on Highway 85
  40. Heated Conflict between City Government and Residents
  41. A City without a Mission
  42. Smart Growth and the Role of Bicycles
  43. What I Wished the City Would Do – Bicycle Paths
  44. Perhaps it is Time for a Change
  45. What are Class IV Cycle Tracks (protected bicycle lanes)?
  46. Car-Centricity
  47. Pros and Cons of Cars vs. Bikes
  48. A Reader’s Concern about Bicycle Subway Safety and the Handicap
  49. Cities where Cars are not Needed
  50. Transform Petition for More Funding for Pedestrian and Bicycle Infrastructure on El Camino Real
  51. California State Senate Bill No. 1183 – Vehicle registration fees: surcharge for bicycle infrastructure
  52. The Debate over California’s Proposed Mandatory Helmet Law
  53. Political Realities Can Change
  54. Why are Citizens Against More Housing But Not Traffic Congestion?
  55. Best Practices in Bicycle Lane Designs
  56. Protected Bike Lanes
  57. Why Should We Tolerate Even One Bicycle-Car Accident?
  58. Letter to City Council: Mobility Element missing from the General Plan – Bicycles as an Alternative to more Cars
  59. Cupertino General Plan – There is no Mobility Element!
  60. Taking That First Step
  61. Alleviating Fears that Cars will be Ban from Streets
  62. Evolution into the Bicycle Community of the Future
  63. Bicycle Subway of the Future
  64. Growth Projection
  65. Strategies to Increase the Level of Bicycling in Communities
  66. Sustainable Growth
  67. Think BIG, Ask BIG, Be Convinced
  68. The Hardest People to Convince
  69. Close Off Bubb And McClellan during Peak School Traffic
  70. Bicycles and Shopping
  71. Biking for All Seasons
  72. Bicycles of all Flavors
  73. Public Transportation
  74. Union Pacific Railroad Trail for Bicycling and Walking
  75. Mixed Usage – Housing Mixed with Small Businesses
  76. Why shouldn’t the City have a Road Map into the Future?
  77. No Single Solution Fits All Circumstances
  78. Physical Barriers on Boths Sides of McClellan Rd.
  79. Humped and Bumped Barriers on Bubb Road
  80. Closing Southbound Lane on Bubb Rd. During Moring Student Commute
  81. Making Biking Attractive
  82. Fix Safety First
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