The Public Works of Janette Sadik-Khan


  1. Larry Littlefield says:

    Bottom line:  bicycles are cheap.  Low public capital costs, as this article shows, and (unlike transit) no public operating costs.  And they are relatively cheap for users, too.

    And the United States of America is broke — federal, state, local, financial, personal and private equtiy buyout firms, all in debt up to the eyeballs.  With a currency that will not be able to buy oil on favorable terms that much longer.

    This is the world Generation Greed is leaving behind.  Bicycles are one of may adaptations that will be required. is now part of We're bringing you more political news, as well as culture, style, real estate and opinion.

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