Responses to the Candidate Questionnaire issued by Bike Walk Savannah: We believe our Mayoral and aldermanic candidates should work to make Savannah’s streets and communities safe for people of all ages and abilities — no matter their mode of transportation.
In September we distributed a survey to our members and supporters and asked them to rank areas related to mobility issues, specifically issues facing people who bike and walk. Their responses were used to craft the que
Chatham Area Transit’s Let’s Go! Designing Better Transit Together initiative is now underway, which will result in a system-wide redesign of the community’s fixed-route bus network upon completion. The 18-month comprehensive redesign effort is a first for CAT, which has many bus routes that have not been changed in decades despite the changing and growing community. To assist the community with becoming familiar and engaged with the project, CAT has established a project-sp
Savannah is in a substantial and accelerating growth curve. Much of that is positive for the community at large, but some things will have a deleterious effect on neighborhoods. There are always going to be smart, clever developers who will find ways to exploit loopholes, like using two inns to circumvent the hotel restrictions, (and there will always be loopholes; no book of ordinances will ever be bulletproof), so it is necessary for neighbors to be ever vigilant to protect
Many have asked for copies of the presentation I gave for the Congress of the New Urbanism conference in May of 2018. I finally had the opportunity to present the full presentation again and have it recorded on video in its entirety. About the presentation: Savannah, like many cities, has some self-effacing jokes about itself. “How many Savannahians does it take to change a light bulb? Four. One to put in a new bulb, and three to form a committee for preserving and honoring t