Streets Are for People

Intro: Lindsay Sturman, Taylor Nichols, and Nick Richert

Roads Kill: Emily Badger on her viral NY Times Article, “The Exceptionally American Problem of Rising Roadway Deaths,” and how American Foreign Service agents are more likely to be killed by cars at home than overseas. Taylor Nichols interviews.

Catch-22: Miriam Pinsky on her article in the SF Chronicle, “Why does California revoke licenses as punishment for things that have nothing to do with driving,” but not so much reckless driving?

Massachusetts Frame of Mind: MassBike ED Galen Mook provides Boston context for the driver’s license conversation and transitions to open streets events like CicLAvia.

Breathing Room: Tafarai Bayne, Chief Strategist of the Los Angeles open streets event CicLAvia, on the December 4 South LA ride.

Party Time: LA rider Lynn Ingram’s interviews from November’s Critical Mass ride.

Editing by Kevin Burton.
Closing Song, “Bike,” by Mal Webb.
Interstitial music, “Just Moving,” by Don Ward.
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