They've just added Toronto locations!! Very cool.
With over a billion bikes on Earth, and about 100 million of them just in the United States, nobody should ever be left wanting to ride without a … [Read more...]
Spoiler: bikelanes are always effective (if you want a happier, cleaner, friendlier and less congested city).
There were protests in the streets, and allegations of class warfare and political … [Read more...]
Cities to emulate, Toronto.
This was the year that saw protected lanes pop up in Tempe, Arizona; in Athens, Georgia; in Pentagon City, Virginia. Last year, half of the new mileage of protected bike … [Read more...]
This is what world class cities do. Are you paying attention Toronto?
With Sydney looking to clear pedestrian space for cars, European cities are continuing to move towards more pedestrian-friendly … [Read more...]
KROMMENIE, Netherlands – A project dubbed “SolaRoad” gets underway in the Netherlands this week, testing roadways as a potential canvas to collect solar energy. Fittingly for the cycle-crazy Dutch, … [Read more...]
After months of troubles reported by New York City's bikeshare, it seems that Citi Bike has finally charted a path towards success. It's going to be more expensive, but will offer improved service and … [Read more...]
To celebrate International No Car Day (Sept. 22), some clever Latvian bicyclists from the Let’s Bike It organization dressed their bikes up as automobiles in Riga to show how much space people waste … [Read more...]
Veronica O. Davis thinks “bike to work” is the wrong message.“Bike advocates need to focus on recreational trips. If you start off with, hey, you should bike to work, it becomes overwhelming for a lot … [Read more...]
As much as we wish that certain things which obviously make sense would happen all on their own, things don't always work that way, and it's often the case that leadership is the necessary … [Read more...]
Over the least 50 years, Copenhagan has transformed itself from an auto-focused city into a paradise for cyclists. Every day, more people bike to work in Denmark's capital and its surrounding urban … [Read more...]
Since 2007, New York City has added 31 miles of protected bike lanes — that is, lanes protected by a physical barrier, such as a row of parked cars or a curb.
The main point of building protected … [Read more...]
This makes all kinds of sense:
...the bike lane paint would still be there if cars weren't regularly encroaching on the bike lane.
For whatever reason, these streets have been designed in such a … [Read more...]