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Tag Archives: bike lanes
By Kevin Mathews http://www.care2.com May 18, 2013 With cycling advocacy at a particular high during National Bike Month, communities across the country are actively debating whether to add bicycle lanes to their roads. City councils ask, “Is it worth the … Continue reading
By ShermansTravel.com August 14, 2012 Pedaling through a major U.S. city is not just the province of daredevil bike messengers. With warmer weather and rising gas prices, there’s never been a better time to hop on a bicycle, especially while … Continue reading
By Tom Adams KVAL News August 31, 2011 They’re starting to pop up at intersections around town. And hardly anyone knows what they’re for. The green bike boxes puzzled every passerby KVAL News queried on Tuesday. “I assume it’s for … Continue reading
By Julie Deardorff Chicago Tribune July 26, 2011 If you want to get more people on their bikes, find a way to appeal to women, one expert says. Chicago’s first protected bike lane on Kinzie Ave., which uses soft plastic … Continue reading
Credit to Ron Con Coca Cola From Vimeo Posted June 2, 2011 By summer 2010, the expansion of bike lanes in NYC exposed a clash of long-standing bad habits — such as pedestrians jaywalking, cyclists running red lights, … Continue reading
By John Del Signore Gothamist May 6, 2011 Responding to an emergency call for “better ingredients, better pizza,” an elite NYPD dinner unit swarmed a Papa John’s location on Second Avenue and 25th Street yesterday. Arriving just in time to … Continue reading