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Category Archives: Sharing the Street
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
By Paul Nussbaum The Philadelphia Inquirer September 17, 2012 As the number of bicyclists on Philadelphia streets has risen, cyclists and city officials have seen a counterintuitive result: The number of bike crashes and deaths has declined. This “safety in … Continue reading
By Franklyn Cater NPR July 18, 2012 Cities and cars share a conflicted relationship these days. Environmental concerns, growing traffic congestion and an urban design philosophy that favors foot traffic are driving many cities to try to reduce the number … Continue reading
By Emanuella Grinberg CNN May 18, 2012 Shanna Kurth began biking to work three years ago to improve her health. Several times a month, she loaded her bike onto her car, drove most of the way and biked the last … Continue reading
By Ben Spurr NOW July 6, 2011 Toronto Cyclists Union Video Shows Motorists Not Bike-hating Psycopaths After All Rob Ford says he’s scrapping the Jarvis St. bike lanes because citizens have complained about them, so the Toronto Cyclists Union took … Continue reading