In Portland, bicycles provide both an economic boost and a healthy way to get around for residents.Continue Reading Portland Tops Rankings for Bike Commuting
Residents of a section of North Portland plagued by gang violence in recent years may soon see some uplift in the form of a bike hub.Continue Reading Proposed Bike Hub Project Aims to Uplift North Portland Neighborhood
San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee Tuesday launched the ParkWide Bike Rentals program.Continue Reading San Francisco Rolls Out Bike Rental Program
Last week, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation completed the painting of lanes on 7th west of Figueroa, according to blogdowntown.com. Continue Reading Downtown LA Bike Lanes Make Their Debut
Thanks t to Streetsblog San Fran, YouTube, and Detroit’s Breezee One for this catchy and humorous video. For your audio and video pleasure . . . Please note, we do not condone the littering or male toplessness. Buts in all in the spirit of promoting bicycling as urban transportation (unfortunately, this video may not help). Please click on photo or this link for video
An effort a couple of Santa Monica High School students started to get their peers biking to campus is still rolling along four years later.
When “Bike It” launched in the fall of 2007, more than 80 students participated, according to LA.Streetsblog.org. That number doubled in 2008 and has continued to grow over the years, with walking and taking the bus later added.Continue Reading Bike It Program Still Rolling
Metrolink is launching a pilot program to introduce the first two “bicycle cars,” passenger railcars with space for 18 bicycles, instead of the standard two slots most trains have now, according to a news release.Continue Reading Metrolink to Roll Out Bike Pilot Program