According to my analysis, bicycling is the most cost-effective travel mode for many trips; that is, its total costs, including vehicle and fuel (yum!) expenses, road and parking facility costs, health impacts (accident risk offset by physical fitness benefits), and environmental damages are lower Blog Post
Oct 12, 2015 By
According to a recent newspaper editorial, "Egged on by the hardcore enthusiasts, New York City is spending lots of money, confiscating lots of lane-miles and basing its transportation policy on a fantasy." Who knew white paint is so threatening?
Oct 11, 2015 Mobilizing the Region
Bike advocates in the famously car-centric Atlanta are finding success despite outspoken opposition.
Sep 25, 2015 WABE
The curious case of Cleveland's new "buffered" bike lanes. The question: Why are the buffers placed between the bike lane and the curb?
Sep 19, 2015 Streetsblog USA
The New South Wales minister for roads has taken a firm position against separate bike lanes. Sydney cycling advocates say his policies will bring the city out of step with its global peers.
Sep 14, 2015 The Guardian
The bike lane on a well-traveled street through Philadelphia has faded beyond recognition. Appeals to restripe the lane have focused on a forthcoming visit from the pope.
Aug 7, 2015 Philadelphia
With the highest levels of construction in over a decade, the city is working to reduce traffic congestion.
Aug 5, 2015 Next City
According to an audit, the Denver Moves plan hasn't lived up to its goals, mainly because of a poor showing in the city's budget since implementation in 2011.
Jul 31, 2015 The Denver Post
It's easier to install bike lanes when the country is run by a dictator.
Jul 23, 2015 Fast Co.Exist
A traffic study evaluating the impact of proposed developments in Downtown Oklahoma City recommends removing a newly opened dedicated bike lane and parking spots to make room for another traffic lane.
Jul 18, 2015 The Oklahoman