New York Could Use Cameras To Keep Drivers Out of Bike Lanes
A proposed state bill would permit New York City’s transportation department to install up to 50 cameras that would monitor bike lane violations, with drivers that block bike lanes facing a $50 fine.
Chicago Bike Lanes To Get Concrete Curbs
The city plans to upgrade its entire protected bike lane network with concrete barriers by the end of 2023.
Pittsburgh Debuts ‘Advisory’ Bike Lane
The design uses a central traffic lane and adjacent two-way bike lanes to prioritize people on bikes on a popular cycling route.
D.C. Plans for Street Safety Improvements in Adams Morgan
While residents differ on how to allocate the neighborhood’s street space, many want to see safer infrastructure for pedestrians and people on bikes.
An Interview With Head of Chicago Complete Streets
The city’s complete streets manager answers questions about the city’s plans for improving its bike lane network.
Pittsburgh Plans Pedestrian-Friendly Makeover on Downtown Street
Pittsburgh’s Smithfield Street could gain wider sidewalks, a bike lane, and more green space.
How Houston Is Growing its Bike Infrastructure
The famously car-centric city is investing more than ever in bike infrastructure, with ambitious plans to build 1,800 miles of protected bike lanes and trails.
Protected Bike Lanes Deliver Numerous Benefits, Study Says. But Is it Enough to Change State Law?
Advocates in Philadelphia are pushing state lawmakers to finally pass a law to make it easier to install protected bike lanes on state routes.
New Bike Lanes Coming to Long Island City
Three new bike lanes will help connect the region's bikeway system and improve safety on the city's roads and bridges.
East Dallas Delays Complete Street Project
A controversial traffic calming and safety overhaul of some East Dallas streets won't be completed until 2025, but will include improved crosswalks and signals.
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