Dallas is often stereotyped as being sprawling and car centric, but we’re one of only a handful of cities considering a second LRT route downtown. While I agree with Patrick Kennedy that D2 is important, I disagree with taking such a nonchalant stance on its alignment. With that said I’m somewhat ambivalent on routing. Some make […] The post Why The D2 Alignment Matters appeared first on Car Free Dallas.
Ever get the sense that a lot of Dallas’ crosswalks are invisible? You’re not alone. While crosswalks aren’t taken seriously in a lot of cities, Dallas is a special case because we do take them seriously – but in the wrong way. Upon my travels around town on foot, I’ve seen ornate crosswalks with intricate […] The post Start Small: Dallas Needs Continental Crosswalks appeared first on Car Free Dallas.
Dallas Observer’s “How I survive in Dallas Without a Car” article needs a response. I’m late to the party as the article is old, but consider this a fashionably late Gatsbyesque entrance. Considering I’ve now been car free in Dallas for a bit more than a year, I’m qualified to speak about these things. I’m sure […]