Our mission is to help transform Twin Cities streets into community spaces that invite people of all ages, cultures and abilities to walk, bicycle, socialize and play.
Sun, 02/10/2008 - 1:03pm | by amrosell
Fri, 01/04/2008 - 11:49pm | by amrosell
Are we ready to go bicycling? Could these times of climate change, gas-price inflation and bulging waistlines be prepping us for new waves of weekend biking adventures? Maybe even to leave cars parked and cycle to work daily?
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is one of a growing coterie of city leaders who believe the moment is ripe. Keynoting this year's National Bike Summit in Washington, Abramson described how an early 2005 Louisville gathering of cycling enthusiasts has changed his city's focus. Read more >
Fri, 01/04/2008 - 11:37pm | by amrosell
Dan Burden is playing in traffic. The lanky 50-something scurries into the busy main street of this western New York village, unfurling a metal tape measure as he goes. He gets a quick measurement of the distance from the curb to the double yellow line, then retreats to the sidewalk.
"Twenty-two feet," he says. "Plenty of room for a bike lane." Read more >
Mon, 10/22/2007 - 12:10pm | by ibros
Findings from 2007 Benchmarking Report Read more >
Wed, 07/11/2007 - 2:01pm | by amrosell
The City of Chicago is set to unveil new plans for becoming a bicyclist's haven. And this time, it means business: the City's new proposal includes a 500-mile network of paths to be finished by 2015.