After last year’s momentous Bike to Work Day that saw the unveiling of new high-profile protected bikeways in Berkeley and Oakland, this year’s event on Thursday, May 11th was a little quieter.Read More
- The new research, first released by the National Institute of Mental Health, suggests that emotional immaturity, not inexperience, is the primary...Read More
The City of Cupertino required the 3.5 million square foot spaceship to include 11,000 parking spaces, amounting to more space for parking than office space.Read More
This article looks at problems of standing that arise when stepchildren are statutory claimants.Read More
Searching for the most dangerous roads in San Jose isn’t easy. You can focus on roads with the highest numbers of collisions and wind up overlooking the roads where the most serious injuries have occurred. Or you could just as easily do the opposite.
Any way you slice it, the danger on San Jose streets is alarming.
Highway 17, connecting San Jose and Santa Cruz, has among the highest number of collisions.Read More
Compared to other population centers in California, the San Jose area appears to be doing well at limiting alcohol-involved injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol’s latest report on statewide traffic collisions. If alcohol-involved injuries were distributed evenly across the state, you’d expect Santa Clara County to have 787 of them. For 2013, the latest year on record, CHP reports 609 alcohol-involved injuries in the county.Read More
The latest annual report on motor vehicle collisions from the California Highway Patrol has a ton of information about what’s happening on California roads and highways, with extensive datasets on alcohol- and truck-involved collisions and more tightly focused summaries of collisions involving pedestrians, motorcycles, and bicycles.Read More
The Merced extension will serve very few riders and makes little sense in the context of California’s high speed rail priorities…Read More
On Feb 23, a 9-year-old girl riding a bicycle in San Jose was injured in an auto collision. A few weeks later, the same thing happened to an 11-year-old boy in Santa Clara. Then a few more 11-year-olds in Los Gatos and Mountain View in April. What do these incidents have in common? Nobody who…Read More
A common question we hear at GJEL Accident Attorneys is, “I don’t feel hurt after my car accident. Should I see a doctor?”. After an accident, your adrenaline will be running and the scene may be a bit chaotic. If you don’t see a doctor following an accident it may be difficult to associate pains…Read More
The project has decreased collisions for all modes by 40 percent, increased yield rates, and reduced speeding. However, not everyone is happy…Read More