“Few drivers park next to crosswalks in Hoboken, because they can’t. Those spots are blocked off with bike racks or planters or storm drains or extra sidewalk space for pedestrians or vertical plastic pylons that deter all but the boldest delivery-truck drivers. Stand at a corner, and you can see what is coming toward you, and drivers can see you too, and you don’t have to step out into the road and risk your life to do it.” Hoboken Hasn’t Had a Traffic Death in Four Years. What’s It Doing Right? (We can fix a lot of problems by copying policies from places getting it right. We touched on this notion last week in regard to Houston’s success reducing homelessness. Houston: We Have a Solution.)