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Bridges, bike lanes, and Tri-Rail bike cars: Recent media coverage

In case you missed it: Walkable West Palm Beach was interviewed for two stories this week that ran in local newspapers. Angel Streeter of The Sun Sentinel wrote a story on… 36 more words

New Yorkers need to learn to share streets

Town & Village is proud to present “The Soapbox,” a column featuring a different voice from the neighborhood each week (space providing). All are welcome to submit columns on the topic of the author’s choice, preferably not longer than 800 words, to… 607 more words

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Construction on Hollis Street bike lane set to begin

WATCH ABOVE: It’s another step in getting a network of bike lanes through Halifax. A long awaited bike lane project is about to begin construction. Global’s Dave Squires reports. 310 more words


Founder of Hakim Optical apologizes after being caught stopping in a bike lane

WATCH: Did Karim Hakim violate bike lane etiquette? Or did he have a good excuse?

“Dear Citizens of Toronto (specifically, but not limited, to those on Queens Quay yesterday): I apologize for the error in judgement and my subsequent behaviour when I entered a bike lane on Queens Quay,” wrote Karim Hakim, founder of Hakim Optical. 336 more words


Padyak Na!

Sa paglilibot ko gamit ang bisikleta,
Nalaman ko kung ilang minuto ang nasasayang sa pag-upo lamang sa jeep;
Paghihintay sa pagdating ng MRT.
Ang halos dalawang oras na biyahe, 200 more words


Walkable West Palm Beach featured on WPTV

I was featured today in a piece by reporter Brian Entin of WPTV. The report focuses on FDOT’s decision to provide better bike facilities on the Flagler Bridge; a change Walkable WPB has been advocating… 204 more words

City to restrict parking in Lanikai during Fourth of July weekend

The city’s Department of Transportation Services is notifying Oahu motorists and residents of Lanikai that this coming Fourth of July holiday weekend, no parking of motor vehicles will be permitted on the unimproved sidewalk on the right side of the road along the Lanikai loop, in order to ensure access to Lanikai for emergency vehicles, residents, and visitors. 227 more words