Adonia E. Lugo speaks on “Multiple Worlds, Shared Streets: A Cross-Cultural approach to sustainable transportation” as part of this year’s LiveMove Speaker Series.
Dr. Adonia E. Lugo is an urban anthropologist and a leading voice for a diverse bike movement. She studies the conflicting, complex ways that people inhabit cities and streets as human infrastructure. She believes that cross-cultural understanding and respect for diverse realities are central to fostering sustainable mobilities.
Thursday, April 16th – 5:30 – 7:30pm (5:30pm social hour + 6:30pm presentation)
Lane Community College Downtown Center, Rm 112
Completing the Alder Signature Bikeway in Eugene, OR – Intersection with 19th
(This is a re-post from: http://schlossb.tumblr.com/)
Alder Street in Eugene is a bicycle backbone connecting a good portion of south Eugene, the University of Oregon, the extensive river path system, and downtown commercial areas.
The corridor is very busy with bicycles at all times of days and night. It truly is a signature corridor that should inspire more like it around the community. It is about to be repaved from 19th -24th. But, it is still incomplete (!) and I have three suggestions to complete the Alder Signature Bikeway, including two moderate decisions, one easy decision, and one category of tweaks. This post will focus on a moderate re-design of the intersection of Alder and 19th to make it more consistent with the Alder Signature Bikeway.
Quick peak: this proposal reverses the stop signs to allow throughput of bicycles on Alder and eliminates the southbound automobile left turn from Alder onto 19th.
Here is the basic context:
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