But it is a foreboding coincidence that it happened the same day the paper published a piece on the burial of Travis Lane, killed in a hit and run on Salem Parkway at Cherry last month.School bus and trees blocking SB Salem Parkway near Cherry Avenue. #SalemOR pic.twitter.com/SlHmwHrzLc— Anna Reed (@annaereed) June 9, 2015
|Travis Lane, buried yesterday|
When we choose urban street design speed, we choose how many peds it's OK to kill in a crash http://t.co/lletYPL1Oi pic.twitter.com/LDdcQUt8tO— Jeffrey Tumlin (@jeffreytumlin) April 7, 2015
|Proposed bike park with bridge and highway for comparison|
And this is why the combination of the Marine Drive/Highway 22 connector and a new bike park is worrisome.