Category Archives: Public Transit

Local Businesses Need Not Fear New Bike Lanes, Seattle Study Suggests

By Jeff Spross ThinkProgress August 15, 2013 Businesses often fret that installing bike lanes on their streets will cut down customer traffic, but a new study published at Seattle Transit Blog found no evidence to back up that worry. One way to fight climate … Continue reading

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It’s the ‘Bicycle Spring’

By John Yemma The Christian Science Monitor July 1, 2013 Long shunted to the side of the road — and sometimes denied the road entirely — the humble, fragile, friendly bicycle is merging into mainstream traffic in unprecedented numbers around … Continue reading

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Elevated Bicycle Lanes May Come to Hawaii

KITV June 19, 2013

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Amtrak Bicycle Baggage Cars Could Boost Tourism, Lawmakers Say

Huffington Post June 17, 2013 New York lawmakers want Amtrak to add baggage cars to its passenger trains that would be capable of carrying bicycles. U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer and state Sens. Betty Little of Warren County and Brad Hoylman … Continue reading

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In Denmark, Bikes Have a Seat on Some Trains

By Jonna McKone The City Fix January 3, 2011 Taking your bike on public transit can be a huge hassle, or often, not an option at all. Specially designed accommodations for bicyclists are usually severely limited, and on certain bus, … Continue reading

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