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Who Needs Traffic Calming on Madison Ave.? - Madison Ave. at Lake – 12:00 PM, Friday, Oct 21, 2016

Here’s clear evidence of why we now have Madison Avenue Traffic Calming – too bad this section won’t be done until next year.

Madison Ave. at Lake – 12:00 PM, Friday, Oct 21, 2016


How can I be an effective activist?

I’m so frustrated with the city council and their lack of action in building cycling infrastructure. We know that cycling infrastructure encourages people to ride their bikes and we know that when people ride their bikes there’s less pollution, less traffic congestion, and less of a strain on the NHS because those people are engaging in physical activity which improves their health and wellbeing. 502 more words


5,000 people sign petition against Commercial Drive bike lane

Commercial Drive businesses concerned about the City of Vancouver’s plans to redesign the street have gathered over 5,000 signatures for a petition against the creation of a dedicated… 540 more words


DPW Recommends Removal of Protected Bike Lanes

The North Ave Pilot Project saw its first check-in this past Monday at the City Council meeting in City Hall.

The biggest disappointment, by far, was the removal of the protected bike lanes. 433 more words

Bike Lanes

Policing Our Way Toward Walkability

How does one create a complete street? Certainly this involves the implementation of design standards such as bike lanes, sidewalks, and narrower travel lanes, but complete streets wouldn’t be complete without the concurrent enforcement of pedestrian-friendly policy. 938 more words


Dog Parks & Bike Lanes…Not in my neighborhood!

If you’ve lived in Washington DC for the last two decades or so it is impossible to overlook the sweeping changes that gentrification has brought to the city. 652 more words

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The Pilot Project Results Are In!

First, if you’re not sure what the pilot is, see here.

One of the few protected bike lanes in Vermont is up for a vote this coming Monday. 507 more words

Bike Lanes