Bike Buses Are Routes to Activism, Says First Global Survey
"This is the first significant piece of bike bus research we’ve come across, but it surely won’t be the last."
Paris Is Great — But the Green Mobility Revolution Is Happening All Over Europe
The green mobility revolution is happening in Paris — and Milan, and Seville, and Brussels.
Streetsblog Publisher Responds to Complaints about Story on SFMTA Cycling Numbers on Valencia
The post in question was based on SFMTA's own numbers obtained via a public records request
Who’s Afraid of a Class-3 E-Bike?
A 28-mile-per-hour e-bike sounds like frightening prospect to pedestrians. But is that the reality of riding it?
L.A. Times’ Excellent Deep Dive on Dooring
The article concisely explains terms - dooring, sharrows, protected bike lanes - that are common for cyclists, but little understood by the broader general public.
Eyes on Upcoming Bike Facilities in Little Tokyo, El Monte, and Vincent
No more mess at the car-damaged El Monte Metro Bike Hub. New asphalt on the county's Vincent Community Bikeway. Metro planted new trees at the nearly complete Alameda Esplanade
S.F. Standard Fans Anti-Bike Hate
Advocates were outraged by Friday's feature story that repeats the tired stereotype of the scofflaw, Spandex-clad cyclist
CicLAvia South L.A. December 2023 Open Thread
The six-mile route included mostly Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, plus parts of Central Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard
Automated Bike Lane Enforcement Laws Are Taking Off — And So Is Camera Tech
A new AI-equipped technology helps cities identify when drivers park in unprotected lanes — and possibly, hit them with fines.
Advocates Unite to Start a Worldwide Bike Bus Revolution
Bike buses have taken the internet by storm.