My previous post "Sidewalks & Cycling" led to some interesting comments which led me through some pretty enjoyable thought exercises.
Referring to the 12-year-old kid cited for failing to yield to a vehicle, an anonymous commenter lamented, "Does anyone really think it was his fault?"
In my response to my friend Michael's push back about $100 oil I suggested the transportation infrastructure was good enough, a better and cheaper place to start would be by creating more attentive, patient, and sober drivers.
After all, cars don't kill people, people kill people.
So here’s the question that came to mind as I was dodging cars on my way home from work today:
When the 12-year-old ran into the police car, was the police officer dividing his/her attention between the road and a cell phone?