Monthly Archives: March 2019

It is Time for Boulder to Put Road Safety Redesign Plans on Hold

By Dom Nozzi April 16, 2018 I am concerned that after an unacceptably large number of traffic fatalities and serious traffic injuries, Boulder Colorado is not being serious about its new “Vision Zero” program (achieving zero traffic deaths or serious … Continue reading

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Boulder and Vision Zero

By Dom Nozzi April 10, 2018 For me, the reason this photo is so powerful is that it is emblematic of a number of troubling and tragic aspects of American transportation. The photo shows that as far back as 60 … Continue reading

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Is Enthusiasm a Four-Letter Word?

By Dom Nozzi April 3, 2018 On 11/23/17, H. Dewey Jones expressed alarm that the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) for the City of Boulder CO “is dominated by bicycle enthusiasts,” as if this is nefarious. Only by appointing more “auto … Continue reading

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Anti-City and Anti-Environment

By Dom Nozzi March 27, 2018 Historically, anti-city and anti-environment folks were in force in places like Houston and Phoenix and Atlanta and Buffalo. They fought hard and successfully for: Easing car travel and car parking. Providing more open space … Continue reading

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Phoenix or Siena? Do We Reduce Environmental Impact by Stopping Growth? Or Ensuring Growth is Better?

By Dom Nozzi February 13, 2018 Someone posted a rebuttal to the excellent guest opinion in the Boulder, Colorado newspaper by Zane Selvan’s about the environmental impacts of low density development in Boulder: “There it is again: ‘per capita carbon … Continue reading

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