Posts Tagged ‘ Richard Stowe ’

ABC’s of parking: cash-out, market-pricing & valet

Jun 9th, 2012 | By

After graduating from Stanford University, Patrick Siegman worked at the University’s Office of Transportation Programs. One of his duties was to organize “bicycle valet parking” at Stanford University football games. Valet parking for bicycles is free; volunteers watch your bike while you enjoy an event. I experienced the benefits of bicycle valet parking a few years ago, when I bicycled to the Clearwater Festival in Croton Point Park. In New Canaan, the Memorial Day Parade, St. Mark’s May Fair and other car-choked events would do well by providing bicycle valet parking. Click on this environmental headline to read more of the story Richard Stowe submitted.

Richard Stowe urges legislators, others to oppose red light camera bill

Apr 3rd, 2012 | By

In a letter of testimony, Richard Stowe writes: Dear Members of the Connecticut General Assembly, I have attached my testimony to the RLC bill no. 5458, which passed out of the Transportation Committee.  I strongly oppose this bill, but I was sick the day of the hearing so I did not testify in person.  Please

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Motorists: Ask not for whom latest cash tap tolls

Jan 14th, 2011 | By

The state’s new governor may look to the past in shaping a transportation policy that would balance the state’s budget while easing traffic congestion.