Archive For The “development” Category

Real Life Bicycle Stories

By | January 24, 2011

Putting a face on the people who use a city’s infrastructure can help others understand why certain changes are happening (or are proposed). The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has created the Connecting the City campaign to promote proposed connections to existing bicycle infrastructure in San Francisco. The above video shows one family integrating all forms [...]

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The Changing Face of the NYC Commute

By | October 18, 2010

11 miles is just shy of 18 kms and a fairly long commute. Yet, because of constant development and political support for cycling infrastructure 90% of this journey includes streets featuring some form of cycling infrastructure. Notice that only a small percentage of the ride is along streets with sharrows and, notice too, that NYC [...]

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Evergreen Brick Works Helps Usher In Cycling Infrastructure on Bayview

By | September 29, 2010

Evergreen Brick Works recently held their grand opening, and while events and a market have been held at the site all summer, access by bicycle has been somewhat limited. Bayview, a street where the speed limit increases to 70 km/h (meaning 90 km/h to far too many drivers) in front of the Brick Works also [...]

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John McEnroe, Rage Against the Machine and Hans Rey: Wheels4Life

By | August 7, 2010

About Wheels4Life:
Wheels4Life is a non-profit charity (501c(3)), that provides free bicycles for people in need of transportation in Third World countries. We partner with local individuals, organizations and other groups to help us identify persons who sincerely need a bike to be able to go to school or to work. Often [...]

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