Very interesting article on Streetsblog about making bikesharing systems work for more people:
So far, the customer base of American bike-share systems has skewed toward affluent white men. But … [Read more...]
Learn about how to cycle in Halifax from Haligonians.
Though buried in a significant amount of snow for a large stretch of the year, Halifax is rightly pursuing an ambitious cycling agenda that … [Read more...]
School librarian Alicia Tapia is on a mission to spread the love of reading. Knowing the important influence books can have on literacy and learning she started towing a miniature library around San … [Read more...]
The city that brought America the bike lane 48 years ago this summer has done it again.
Davis, Calif. (population 66,000, bike commuting rate 20 percent) finished work last week on a new … [Read more...]
This is pretty awesome. Way to go Hamilton!
You can add a bicycle to the long list of things you can borrow – for free – with a Hamilton Public Library card this summer. The new Start the Cycle bike … [Read more...]
“We want downtown to be accessible by all modes of transportation and I think if we say, ‘Well, we’re not interested in separated bike lanes because of this and that, we’re going to basically exclude … [Read more...]
Cycle Toronto is advocating for these for intersectioms along Richmond and Adelaide.
Salt Lake City is on track to implement America’s first protected intersection for bicycling this summer.
The … [Read more...]
The 4th Annual National Forum on Women and Bicycling was recently held in Washington, DC, on March 10, 2015 as a prelude to the 15th Annual National Bike Summit.
A morning industry panel, “The … [Read more...]
Love this idea. How many commuters in the burbs would stop commuting by car and use lanes like these along the 400 and 404?
If it's a long commute, get a bike with electrical assist. Way more … [Read more...]
Build bike infrastructure and they will ride. It’s true just about everywhere, including San Diego.
Thanks to bike counters set up around the region, Network blog Bike SD got data showing that … [Read more...]
Paris is planning to invest €150 million to double the number of cycle paths across the city, a move it hopes will transform it into the “cycling capital of the world” and help solve the French … [Read more...]
People for Bikes, a national cycling advocacy organization, has just released the results of the most comprehensive cycling survey in recent memory.
The biggest take home statistics from the … [Read more...]