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Brent Emery shares xtranormal cycling safety tips – JSOnline
An NPR piece this morning on the rise of the xtranormal computer-animation generator reminded me of Brent Emery’s use of video to produce effective safety tips for cyclists. Blog » Blog Archive » Bike lanes create more jobs than other road projects, per $.
According to a new report by the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Amherst says that building bike lanes and pedestrian projects, and bike boulevards, create more job per million dollars spent than road repairs and road resurfacing…

The U.S. PIRG Education Fund recently released a report, called “Do Roads Pay for Themselves? Setting the Record Straight on Transportation Funding” that busts the myth that “user fees” paid by drivers cover the costs of our roads and highways. The one-two punch of myth-busting boils down to these …

Complete Streets » Milestone for the Movement: Two Hundred Policies!
The Complete Streets movement is starting off the new year right: over 200 jurisdictions formally committed to…

Why an additional road tax for bicyclists would be unfair
People who ride bikes are already shelling out more than their share for asphalt. Here’s why it makes good economic sense for cities to encourage cycling.

What does it mean to ride a bicycle responsibly?
There has never been a unified code of behavior for bicycling, so people have been left…

The role of bicycling in the suffrage movement is a great piece of history. A simple machine that helps to make great changes possible – the Bicycle.

International bicycle research expert John “Car-free” Pucher, PhD, Professor in the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, talks about a study that assesses existing research on the effects of various successful interventions on levels of bicycling and how public polic

Strategies for Getting Around Without Bike Lights (or Pants) from BICYCLE TRANSPORTATION ALLIANCE on Vimeo.

This tongue and cheek video made us smile, but really put some lights on your bike & please wear pants!

EXPO bicycle city from martin de thurah on Vimeo.

Here is a lovey little film about bicycling that will make you smile and want to get on your bike. Director Martin de Thurah Dop Kasper Tuxen, Martin de Thurah Edit Adam Nielsen Producer Malene Dyhring / Bacon Music Jonas

We know that bicycling is good for public health: More bicycling and less driving leads to improved air quality, noise reduction, fewer car crashes, and reduced

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