Bike Paths

View of Queensboro Bridge entering Midtown Manhattan

Queensboro Bridge Bike Lane Delayed Again

A project that would give pedestrians their own dedicated path on the crowded bridge has been pushed back to at least the summer of 2024.

May 25, 2023 - StreetsBlog NYC

New York City Bike Infrastructure

Advocating for a 'Greenway Stimulus'

The pandemic bike book would seem like the perfect time for the federal government to invest in an interstate system for cyclists and walkers.

June 13, 2021 - Bloomberg City Lab

Cincinnati Area

Major Waterfront Improvements Completing Construction South of Cincinnati

Developer Southbank Partners is putting the finishing touches on the second phase of the Riverfront Commons in Covington, Kentucky.

May 11, 2021 - WCPO

Northeast Trail

New Beltline Segment Opens in Atlanta

The first phase of a new 0.9-mile segment of the Atlanta Beltline, known as the Northeast Trail, is now open for recreation and active mobility.

April 19, 2021 - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Hillsboro, Oregon

New Grant Program to Fund Off-Road Pedestrian and Bike Infrastructure in Oregon

A new grant program launched by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) aims to fill a key gap in the funding available for bike and pedestrian paths.

August 16, 2020 - Bike Portland

New York East River Esplanade

Court Decision Clears the Way for East River Greenway Bike Bridge

A community group had sued to prevent the construction of a bridge in Clara Coffey Park in New York City. The court ruled in the favor of the city's plans.

May 12, 2020 - StreetsBlog NYC

Cycling Through Water

Bicycle Architecture Biennale Showcases Exceptional Projects Around the World

The second biennale in Amsterdam highlights design and infrastructure projects that put biking front and center.

June 19, 2019 - Fast Company

Planning for the 'Non-606': The Englewood Line

Englewood is a predominately black neighborhood in Chicago, struggling with vacancies and the effects of failed urban policies. A bike and pedestrian path could be a huge benefit, but that benefit would look a lot different than other parts of city.

June 7, 2018 - Streetsblog Chicago

Davis and Sacramento

Widening I-80 from Davis to Sacramento: HOT Lane or HOV Lane?

Caltrans is studying a plan to widen 16 miles of Interstate 80 through Solano and Yolo counties, over the Yolo Bypass. Initially, the plan called for a carpool lane, but uncertainty about funding makes a toll lane a possibility.

June 5, 2018 - The Sacramento Bee

Bike Paths

Ambitious Greenway Plan Could Transform Connectivity in the Cleveland Region

Introducing the Cuyahoga Greenway plan, in the initial stages of visioning and public engagement in Northeast Ohio.

February 15, 2018 - The Plain Dealer

Atlanta, Georgia

The Best New Bike Infrastructure of 2017

PeopleForBikes surveys the best new additions to bike networks around the country, and finds a lot to celebrate.

December 21, 2017 - People for Bikes

Montreal Transit

Montreal's New Mayor Could Mean Big Changes for Transit

Valérie Plante campaigned on a platform that included many improvements for transit riders and bikers.

November 13, 2017 - MLT Blog

Wisconsin Bikes

Advocates Finalizing a Wisconsin-Spanning Bike Route

U.S. Bike Route 30, as the planned route that will cross Wisconsin is called, is part of a vision for a national system of bike routes.

January 27, 2017 - Urban Milwaukee

Chicago Lakefront Trail

Philanthropy Key for Separate Bikes and Peds on Chicago's Lakefront Trail

A $12 million gift from a local billionaire will enable a project to give separate access for bike and pedestrians on the popular Lakefront Trail.

December 22, 2016 - Chicago Sun Times

Bike Path

A Chicago Bike Path Goes Underused

While a federally-funded network of bike paths is in the works elsewhere in the city, the Major Taylor Trail gets little use from Chicago residents. The main problems are a lack of awareness and the South Side's fearsome reputation.

May 31, 2016 - Chicago Tribune

Atlanta BeltLine

On Atlanta's BeltLine and 21st-Century Infrastructure

In an interview, Atlanta BeltLine visionary Ryan Gravel discusses the ongoing project and how it fits an emerging, multidisciplinary understanding of what good infrastructure can be.

March 24, 2016 - Streetsblog USA

Cleveland Planning a New Bikeway on the Model of the Cultural Trail of Indianapolis

The city of Cleveland's first protected bike path has planning commission approval. The protected path is a component of the city's ambitious bike infrastructure plans.

October 20, 2015 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

Private Planning Effort Spearheads Los Angeles River Bike Path Proposal

Looking for a way to connect the separate pieces of the bike path along the Los Angeles River, a local developer took planning and designing a new path into his own hands.

January 26, 2015 - The Architect's Newspaper

Bay Bridge Bike Path: Cheaper is Better

The existing bike path on the eastern span of the Bay Bridge meets an abrupt dead end, though it will be extended to Yerba Buena Island next summer. Plans are underway to extend the path to San Francisco, but it won't be cheap.

November 15, 2014 - Contra Costa Times

A Skeptical Take on the World's First Solar Bike Path

Big news out of the Netherlands this week: a Dutch company has installed the world's first solar-powered bike path. But are the system's inefficiencies worth its costs?

November 13, 2014 - Vox

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