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Robert Novak Hits Pedestrian, Citizen Prevents His Escape

by Joshua Liberles on July 23, 2008

Robert Novak, long time conservative commentator and general hater of non-motorized transport hit a pedestrian today…and then tried to run away.

A few years back Novak was cited for cursing at a jaywalker, but today, apparently not seeing the 66 year-old man crossing the street, he actually hit a pedestrian and then sped away. Commuter cyclist / laywer / super hero David Bono decided he wasn’t going to just watch a hit-and-run happen, so he sped up to Novak’s car and stopped in front of him.

Traffic backed up in downtown D.C., but Bono refused to leave until Novak had pulled over and was being questioned by police. Novak said that didn’t notice that he’d hit anyone, and Bono simply "let him know."

But according to Bono, the 66 year-old pedestrian was "sprawled" accross the front of Novak’s Corvette after the incedent and Novak repeatedly tried to escape after Bono had stopped him.

I mean…really, is it any wonder that we can’t get rid of our cars while thousands of pedestrians an cyclists a year are killed because they aren’t encased in steel?

Via TreeHugger and  Politico

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1 brian Goldner January 11, 2008 at 12:48 am

what about a “bike score?”


2 Quinn January 11, 2008 at 10:21 pm

A bike score would be extremely hard to create. there would be many bike lanes & trails to look & enter into a google maps overlay or map. It would take a long time for this to happen. A significant amount of manpower would be needed to make one. Labeling any routes on google, off road trails, etc.


3 Jerry (mouse) January 16, 2008 at 3:12 pm

Why only walkscore? Maybe also we should use drive score
(BTW it’s already used by sellers from Fizber). Or maybe train score? Any more ideas?


4 Papa Hotel January 19, 2008 at 6:23 pm

A bike can travel basically the same as a walker, but about three times faster, so just multiply the ‘walk distance’ by 3 and that’s pretty much your bike score. It’s too bad they don’t allow such adjustments to compensate for bicycles, and walkers of different abilities.


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