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California Used to Classify Bus Lanes and Bike Racks as Bad for the Environment. Not Anymore.

For decades, California’s landmark environmental law has required a peculiar standard of new transportation and development projects: that they not create more traffic. In principle, this ... read more

After Millions of Dollars Spent and Hundreds of New Lane Miles Built, Bike Ridership Is Down Across America

The drop was most pronounced in bike-friendly Seattle, home of the $12-million-a-mile bike lane. In 2015, 4 percent of Seattleites ... did see small gains in the share of commuters biking to work, but ... read more

The Monday Roundup: Oprah’s e-bike, California’s driving problem, e-scooter fatality, and more

And you get an e-bike ... at bus stops. Seattle bike share: Deeming dockless bike share a big success, the City of Seattle is expanding their program and expects to have up to 20,000 bikes on the stre... read more

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Motorcyclists to face parking charge

I ride a motorbike to work in London now but previously I used to drive and park in London since switching I feel I have helped to reduce congestion and improve the environment ... have to pay for my ... read more


Palo Alto's bike-share plan takes another turn

Because Motivate operates the regional Bay Area Bike Share program, Palo Alto officials were hoping that the new Palo Alto program can be integrated into the larger system, despite its reliance on dif... read more

Ann Arbor moving ahead with first public bike sharing program of its kind in Michigan

"With the bike share cycles being used around town, there will be more likelihood that folks will recognize that the road is not for automobiles alone." The CEC has collaborated with several partners ... read more

Sensor rig finds out if motorists are sharing the road with cyclists

As you can see, a front equipment rack ... bike. It has an arm that extends to the side the same distance as the handle bars. The HD camera with wide-angle lens is set to snap a photo which can be use... read more

Ann Arbor police cracking down on cyclists who ignore traffic laws

But she doesn't use her bike to get from one job to another anymore ... Authority has installed bicycle racks on its buses. The city also is in the second year of a long-term effort to greatly expand ... read more

Record EV Sales In May For US Led By The Toyota Prius Prime – Again

Translated: We have not yet seen the true demand of the 25 mile extended range Prius Overall for May 2017, an estimated 16,788 plug-ins were sold, a solid 46.3% gain over the 11,467 sold a year ago, a... read more

Dan Cordell: I went to your Web page. It was very interesting. Thank you for your service! Welcome home!

Also I have been away from this computer for weeks, which means I am not on it every day. We just got back from experiencing "Bike Week" in Daytona with stops ... 204,156,166. Not bad for a 71-year-ol... read more

Oregon begins process to legalize electric-assist bikes in state parks

As we were first to report last summer, electric bikes are not currently legal to ride on paths in Oregon State Parks. That’s because park paths are governed by Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR), whic... read more



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