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Community backs Amsterdam Avenue bike lane after heated debate

An Upper West Side community board voted to back the addition of a controversial bike lane on Amsterdam Avenue at a heated meeting Tuesday night, a key moment in the city’s push to add at least nine protected lanes in four boroughs this year as part of larger street redesigns. 55 more words

Silly signs on the road

February 4, 2011

Since last writing about the instructions that are written in reverse order on the road, I’ve found two more that tickle my fancy. 197 more words

Life In The Bay Area

City to add bike lanes, remove parking on McCully Street

The city is working to add more lanes for cyclists in Honolulu, but the addition could result in fewer parking spots for drivers.

The protected bike lane on King Street officially opened in December 2014. 364 more words


If we ban cars we won't need helmets

My last post on the subject of bicycle helmets attracted a fair deal of comment from a group I call “helmet deniers”, with much of it putting the blame on motor vehicles and arguing that the only safe way forward is to create segregated bike lanes. 513 more words

Cycling Behaviour

Calgary Busts Out in Bike Lanes

And speaking of bike lanes, look what Calgary did.

Chris & Melissa Bruntlett write at Calgary Buzz, “Calgary’s network wasn’t the product of a ‘top down’ approach from a single political entity. 178 more words

Vancouver’s viaduct variables

What shall we do with the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaduct?

By Elliot Chan, Opinions Editor
Formerly published in The Other Press. November 11, 2015… 462 more words


Bike Lane Warriors in New York

It seems to take a long time to make streets safer for bicyclists. Nicole Freedman made a great start in Boston in 2011, but riders are still being hit in 2015. 343 more words