Cars I - Who owns the streets?
Since mid-2006 I've been blogging on cars, bicycles and livable streets for the
NYC-based Streetsblog. For
a compilation of my 80-odd pieces on that site, go
here. -- C.K., Sept., 2012.
Police Must Release Reports
On Major Bike Accidents, op-ed decrying NYPD's refusal to share its crash-investigation data with the public,
"The Villager," July, 2011.
Silence = Death on Greenwich
Street, op-ed on NYC DOT's inaction on vehicular endangerment of children, seniors and other pedestrians, "Downtown Express," June 2008.
PowerPoint Slides of illustrations and aphorisms on automobility's
intrinsic inequity. From a talk given at the New School, Dec. 10, 2007
Spreadsheet deriving mortality data for Komanoff May 30, 2007 Streetsblog
post, The Burbs:
Extremely Safe or Especially Dangerous?
Komanoff Dec. 2006 op-ed on the death of NYC bicyclist
Eric Ng, killed by automobile on the Hudson River Greenway
Traffic Justice: A Prospectus -- manifesto to liberate the streets (Dec. 2004)
Killed By Automobile (PDF) -- Right Of Way's seminal analysis of car-violence in NYC (1999)
The Only Good Cyclist (PDF) -- RoW's 2000 sequel to "KBA," focusing on cycling fatalities
Komanoff 2nd Declaration on Critical Mass, detailed analysis juxtaposing NYC's suppression of cycling vs. drivers' free pass (PDF, Dec. 2004)
Komanoff 1st Declaration (PDF, Oct. 2004 precursor to Dec. 2004 declaration, above)
Komanoff 2001 op-ed, "Yet another helmet law? Let's skip it"
Komanoff 2000 essay, "Letters to the Times I didn't send" (PDF)
Komanoff 2000 op-ed, "Too Many Cyclists Are Dying"
Komanoff speech at Jan. 2000 Rider Remembrance Rally
Komanoff 1998 op-ed, "Pedestrians in Peril"
Komanoff 1997 op-ed, "Bikes Are Safe, It's Cars That Kill"
Komanoff 1997 op-ed, "Commemorating Gavin Cato"
Komanoff 1997 essay (with Michael Smith), "Some deaths are more equal than others"
Komanoff 1997 essay, "Criminal Negligence"
Komanoff 1997 essay, "For Rachel Fruchter"
Komanoff 1993 review of Wolfgang Sachs' book, "For Love of the Automobile"
Komanoff 2002 letter to Lester Brown (Earth Policy Institute) on whether automotive pollution outranks road-traffic crashes as a global killer