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Tag Archives: bike lane
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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By James Allenby Gowanus Lounge August 22, 2011 The city’s hotly discussed bicycle lane built by the city on Prospect Park West has gone through another round of court decisions. Last week, a judge dismissed the efforts of concerned Brooklyn … Continue reading
By Brew Editors Baltimore Brew August 11, 2011 Nathan Krasnopoler, the 20-year-old student left comatose since a Feb. 26 collision with a car that crossed in front of him in a Baltimore bike lane, died Wednesday morning at a Howard … Continue reading
By Erin Podolak Geeokosystem June 15, 2011 Bike lanes, while useful, also carry their fair share of danger when motorists simply aren’t aware that a cyclist is in their vicinity. But, a new laser-based signaling system to alert motorists to the … Continue reading
By Stacey Meekins Special for iblockthebikelane.com June 6, 2011 What were once considered progressive bicycle facilities are becoming more common in communities across the country. This is great news for those of us who like to use a bicycle to … Continue reading
Editorial Chicago Tribune April 4, 2011 If you’ve ever used the word door as a verb, chances are you’re an urban bicyclist. To door (verb) is to open a vehicle’s door (noun) into the path of a moving bicycle, causing … Continue reading
By Brendan Kevenides Chicago Bicycle Advocate March 30, 2011 On March 17th a 40 year old Chicago man was struck by a taxicab door while riding his bicycle southbound in the dedicate bike lane along the 2400 block of North … Continue reading