Tag Archives: Angela Hunt

Safe Passing Ordinance…Passed!

Bicycling magazine’s ranking of Dallas as the worst bike friendly city earlier this year, is starting to erode away with time and muscle from the Mayor and pro-bicycling councilpersons Griggs, Hunt, Kedane & Greyson. At this mornings council meeting, the city passed the Vulnerable user ordinance, a.k.a “please pass bicycles and other lawful user types […]

Safe Passing Ordinance Heads to Council Next Wednesday

The Vulnerable road users ordinance, as it’s officially called, easily passed the joint public safety and quality of life committee session this month. The biggest takeaway? More councilpersons went on record saying the city needs to implement more dedicated bicycle infrastructure. This time Hunt and Griggs were joined by Greyson and Kedane endorsing more separated, […]

Angela Hunt Speaks Loudly About Bold Bike Plan Steps

Angela Hunt isn’t afraid of calling out city manger Mary Suhm and city staff for their “namby-pamby steps” to date on implementing the 2011 Dallas Bike Plan.  So far, we’ve got around 5 miles or so of on-street infrastructure in place, but much of that is shared bike lanes, not the buffered or barrier cycletracks […]

Another bridge party: Perhaps Ciclovia de Dallas will get something rolling

Reposted from The Dallas Morning News by Roy Appleton A century ago, the Houston Street bridge officially opened with speeches, cannon fire and a parade of wagons, carriages and those new-fangled things called automobiles. Earlier this month there was some serious celebrating on the still-not-open Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. For six hours next month, the […]

Oct. 8th, Angela Hunt speaking at the Texas Theatre and Contested Streets Documentary

On October 8th, the Oak Cliff Transit Authority and the Fort Worth Avenue Development Group Present “Contested Streets” at the Texas Theatre On Thursday October 8th, at 7:30PM, Council Member Angela Hunt will host the evening and discuss infrastructure developments and initiatives noted from recent trips to Portland, Vancouver, and Copenhagen at the historic Texas […]