Could The Pandemic Start A Biking Revolution In Latin America?

By Leonie Rauls, Americas Quarterly. -

The demand of social distancing is forcing cities across Latin America and the world to rethink public life. That includes a reconsideration of mass transit, with a number of public sector [...]

Britain Wants Cycle-Friendly Cities. Here’s How We Get Them

By Andrew Gilligan, -

By Andrew Gilligan for The Guardian - Cycle lanes reduce pollution, improve health and are incredibly popular. But forget common sense: getting the go-ahead on new schemes is all about politics. [...]

San Francisco Authorities Respond To Guerrilla Bike Lanes…

By Alex Bowden, -

By Alex Bowden for Road.CC - Earlier this year we reported on the San Francisco Transformation Agency (SFMTrA), a group of cyclists who have been creating mock-protected bike lines with cones as [...]

Nation’s Longest Bike Path Will Connect Maine To Florida

By Katie Pohlman, -

By Katie Pohlman for Eco Watch - The East Coast Greenway will stretch from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida, a 2,900-mile distance. The project will provide non-motorized users a unique way to [...]

Norway’s Plan To Get Rid Of Cars; New Billion-Dollar Bike Highway

By Adele Peters, -

By Adele Peters for Fast Company - Norway is trying to get rid of as many cars as it can. By 2030, though the country's population is quickly growing, the government is aiming for zero growth in [...]

10 Reasons Why Cities Should Consider Going Car-Free

By Ice Bike, -

By Ice Bike - Our climate is changing, and time is running out to take thoughtful action. If you’re like me, you may feel powerless in defending yourself and those that you love from the negative [...]

NYPD Latest: Bicycling While Black

By Irene Chidinma Nwoye, -

Some call it "stop-and-frisk by another name." Others say it's an excuse for cops to up the number of outstanding arrest warrants. But the facts in a recent CUNY Law School study show that [...]

Advocating For Bikers And Pedestrians

By Stacy Lanyon, -

Right of Way is a safer street advocacy organization. It started in the mid-nineties as a response to traffic violence. We use direct action to highlight issues of injustice in public space. Our [...]