Monthly Archives: April 2016

Streets for Everyone – Gil Penalosa Brings His Healthy Cities Message to St. Petersburg

1280px-Ciclovía_Bogotá_cra_7_con_cl_17 Elected officials and professionals involved in efforts to improve transportation infrastructure in their communities often talk about mobility and safety being the top priorities. These are necessary pursuits. But the core values of building a quality transportation system are about health and equity. These themes are central to the mission of 8 80 Cities,… Read more »

Improving Gulf Boulevard Safety is No Accident

Gulf Boulevard, Sand Key, Clearwater Beach

Pick almost any month and you can read about a crash involving a pedestrian and automobile somewhere along Gulf Boulevard in Pinellas County. Often, these crashes include a fatality or serious injury. It’s an unfortunate and unacceptable situation that results from a combination of increased travel demand, conflicts over limited space, unfamiliar tourists, and a busy… Read more »