Transpo Nation's Alex Goldmark Live on Brian Lehrer

Friday, May 27, 2011 - 10:15 AM

Tune in on WNYC -- 820 am or 93.9 FM in New York/New Jersey/CT, or at He'll be discussing our bike ticketing mapping project (below)  Listen here.


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Reckless bike riding is the problem, which should be ticketed. That's easily enforceable. However, getting ticketed at 3am for rolling slowly on the sidewalk in Harlem with no person in sight, just so I can quickly enter my apartment without the possibility of getting mugged could be overlooked with common sensibility. I had just got back on the train from riding out to Montauk from my front door in Harlem. Another successful day of biking was undermined by the feeling I had when trying to go to sleep because of a fairly silly citation.

Mar. 16 2012 09:19 PM

The Idaho Stop does not require a cyclist to come to a full stop and put their foot down; it is a "rolling stop", which conserves momentum and energy and makes for much more efficient cycling. Also, is a great video, made to support proposed legislation in Portland to make the Idaho Stop legal there. We need to pursue similar changes to law here.

May. 27 2011 10:57 AM

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