Seattle’s Second Ave. should inspire Comm. Ave. plans

February 8, 2015

The old version was constantly blocked by delivery trucks, drivers dropping off passengers, or desperate coffee drinkers in Starbucks land. It was “death-defying,” in the words of John Pucher, a cycling researcher at Rutgers, who rode down Second Avenue about a year and half ago. “I almost got killed five or six times,” Pucher declared in a subsequent speech to Seattle cycling advocates.

Boston Globe, Feb. 8

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