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New York Court Rules on Cycling Search and Seizure

The ruling gives people on bikes the same rights as drivers when it comes to police stops.

November 27, 2023 - StreetsBlog NYC

Bike lane in Boulder, Colorado with tall concrete barrier separating it from vehicle lanes and one cyclist passing by.

Boulder Bike Lane Barriers First in Nation

The Colorado city will install concrete barriers to physically separate bikes from vehicle lanes.

October 25, 2023 - City of Boulder

Sepia-toned photo of man riding bicycle on urban street with yellow cab and historic brick buildings in background.

NYC Bike Deaths Spike in 2023

Cyclist deaths on New York roads are on track to hit the highest number since 1999.

October 19, 2023 - WINS

Group of four children with backpacks and helmets riding and walking their bikes.

Study: School Biking Programs Can Boost Student Health

A survey of middle school students who participated in in-school cycling programs showed a potential correlation to improved mental health.

October 16, 2023 - Loma Linda University Health

Father and son riding bikes on a sidewalk next to a road withough bike lane on California coast with palm trees in background at golden hour.

California Governor Vetoes Sidewalk Cycling Bill

The law would have allowed people to bike on sidewalks on roadways that lack safe bikeways.

October 15, 2023 - CalBike

110-10 Interchange

L.A. Times: California Must Shift Transportation Spending Priorities

Despite its ambitious emissions reduction goals, California continues to spend a majority of transportation funds on car-centric infrastructure.

October 12, 2023 - Los Angeles Times

Electric bike lane sweeping truck

Seattle Introduces Electric Bike Lane Sweeper

The city will test the efficacy and durability of an electric bike lane sweeper during a six-month pilot program.

October 5, 2023 - Momentum Magazine

Close-up of 'bike lane' road sign with bike logo

Report: U.S. Biking Boom Slows

The pandemic bike boom is petering out, but more Americans are biking than ever before, signaling a need for cities to keep improving bike infrastructure and make roads safer for cyclists.

October 2, 2023 - Streetsblog USA

Man riding bicycle wearing black helmet on New York City street.

Tracking the Rise of Biking in the U.S.

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, most U.S. cities saw a sharp rise in the number of trips taken by bike, but a recent plateau indicates a need for better infrastructure to promote continued growth.

September 27, 2023 - Bloomberg CityLab

Houston BCycle bike share station full of bikes at University of Houston

From Zero to Two: Houston’s Bike Share Saga Continues

The city is now proposing supporting BCycle as well as launching a new, complementary system.

September 26, 2023 - Axios

Close-up of person checking out bike at Houston BCycle station with red bikes

Houston Could Launch New Bike Share

Metro is considering a contract with a new operator that would focus bike share service on major transit hubs.

September 25, 2023 - Houston Chronicle

Close-up of red Houston BCycle bike share bikes parked at a station

Houston To End Bike Share Program

Lacking the funding it needs to continue, Houston’s BCycle bike share system will end operations in the coming months.

September 18, 2023 - Houston Chronicle

UPS delivery cargo bike with covered front seat in New York City

Cargo Bike Industry Pushes Back on NYC Rules

Cargo bike producers and delivery companies say the proposed 120-inch length limit and emphasis on four-wheeled bikes excludes many commonly used delivery bikes and favors one manufacturer.

August 22, 2023 - StreetsBlog NYC

Satellite map of Lake Tahoe area indicating upcoming bikeway projects

The ‘Great Bike Infrastructure Project’

A new mapping project envisions a coordinated national push for bikeways.

August 16, 2023 - Streetsblog USA

Blue and beige secure bike lockers in underground passageway etched with bicycle logo

Opinion: Secure Bike Parking Benefits Cities

The conversation around bike infrastructure isn’t complete without addressing one major issue: where can we park?

August 15, 2023 - Momentum Magazine

FedEx cargo bike parked on street in Strasbourg, France

NYC to Approve Larger Cargo Bikes

With delivery companies increasingly using cargo bikes to make deliveries faster and more efficient, the new rule could open the door to a ‘delivery revolution.’

August 15, 2023 - StreetsBlog NYC

Rear view of man riding electric bike wearing business suit with large leather messenger bag slung across his back

Taking on the Bad E-Bike Takes

How to spot a bad-faith e-bike story.

August 10, 2023 - Streetsblog USA

Close-up of Citi Bike electric shared bikes parked at a station

Why Can’t Citi Bike Keep its E-Bikes Running?

Citi Bike’s e-bikes are becoming too popular for their own good as Lyft struggles to keep up with maintenance and charging.

August 1, 2023 - Curbed

People on bike share bikes on bridge with Minneapolis, Minnesota skyline in background

Report: Minneapolis, Davis Among ‘Best Places to Bike’

An annual report from PeopleForBikes assesses the quality and safety of bike infrastructure in close to 1,500 U.S. cities.

July 3, 2023 - Smart Cities Dive

Male cyclists wearing helmet, sunglasses, and N95 mask stands with arms crossed in front of his bike

Wildfire Smoke Takes Toll on Bike Commuters

How can people on bikes protect their lungs from the harmful effects of wildfire smoke?

June 30, 2023 - Momentum Magazine

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