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ELSEWHERE: Checking in on the Bicycle Backlash

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The closing paragraph of a recent editorial in The Australian makes a blunt point: “For too long, authorities have bowed to the demands of selfish cy Publication Date:  Fri, 03/21/2014 Read More: Checking in on the Bicycle Backlash Read More: Checking in on the Bicycle Backlash | Planetizen: The Urban Planning, Design, and Development Network


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ELSEWHERE: Houston Launching ‘Goal Zero’ Bike Safety Program

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A press release from the Office of Mayor Annise D. Publication Date:  Tue, 03/25/2014 Read More: Houston Launching ‘Goal Zero’ Bike Safety Program Read More: Houston Launching ‘Goal Zero’ Bike Safety Program | Planetizen: The Urban Planning, Design, and Development Network


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ELSEWHERE: Detroit’s Own North American Bicycle Week

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From March 27-30, 2014, North American Bicycle Week will be packed with bike-friendly events for people of all ages, experience levels, and riding styles. Read More: Detroit’s Own North American Bicycle Week Read More: Detroit’s Own North American Bicycle Week – Momentum Mag


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ELSEWHERE: Room for Improvement for Citi Bike—But Not Dead Yet

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With regard to the financial trouble of Citi Bike, Nancy Scola recommends a little patience before pronouncing the program dead: “the Venn diagram overlap between ‘Citi Bike works’ and ‘it’s not crazy to ride Citi Bike in this wea Publication Date:  Fri, 03/21/2014 Read More: Room for Improvemen Read More: Room for Improvement for Citi […]


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ELSEWHERE: Tappan Zee Bridge Bike and Pedestrian Path Sparks Controversy

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Joseph Berger reports on the ongoing controversy over a proposed bike and pedestrian path over the Hudson River on the new Tappan Zee Bridge. Publication Date:  Fri, 03/21/2014 Read More: Tappan Zee Bridge Bike and Pedestrian Path Sparks Controversy Read More: Tappan Zee Bridge Bike and Pedestrian Path Sparks Controversy | Planetizen: The Urban Planning, […]


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ELSEWHERE: Should Alta Be Running NYC Bike-Share?

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With today’s report in the Daily News that Citi Bike operator Alta Bicycle Share is failing to meet several key performance targets, a short run-down of the current state of bike-share operations in New York City is in order. What we’ve learned since Citi Bike launched last May is that bike-share wor Read More: Should […]


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ELSEWHERE: Historic Bicycling Photos in Reno

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Read More: Historic Bicycling Photos in Reno Read More: Reno Rambler: Historic Bicycling Photos in Reno


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ELSEWHERE: Cycle Chic®: Portraits of cyclists: Johanna & Caroline

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“We are from Copenhagen. We cycle everyday to go to school and to work.” “Do you cycle when you… For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits. Read More: Portraits of cyclists: Johanna & Caroline:”When I cycle, I like to recognize p […]


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ELSEWHERE: Number of Californians walking, biking or taking transit doubled since 2000

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Recent statistics suggest a promising trend. But imagine what would happen if we actually got serious about promoting livable cities? Read More: Number of Californians walking, biking or taking transit doubled since 2000 Read More: Number of Californians walking, biking or taking transit doubled since 2000 : TreeHugger


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ELSEWHERE: 21st Century Greenway

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What can happen when people begin to experience transportation beyond the automobile and then imagine possibility.  Having grown up in the Twin Cities my childhood included playing in the street  beneath  the elm tree canopy of shade. As I look back to that time, it seems idyllic now. There was a Read More: Main Street […]


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