The Green Lane Project is bringing together six U.S. cities – Austin, Chicago, Washington D.C., Memphis, Portland and San Francisco – to build more protected bike trails. We interviewed Martha Roskowski - the project’s Director.
Want more studies and data on bike lanes improving local economies? You got it.
Electric bikes aren’t a common site in most cities. Could this ebike change that? We recently got the chance to ‘test-drive’ it. Here’s our verdict.
What if bike networks were designed around feedback from cyclists of different abilities? Our latest post looks at a new web app aiming to make that possible.
There’s a bike for everyone.
Rudy Gonzales on being a bike courier in Kansas City.
An Interview with Rudy Gonzalez - Bike Courier in a “Bike Depressed” City
Cowtown Couriers is a bike courier service delivering through Kansas City – a notoriously car-dominated metropolis. This Big City recently got the opportunity to talk to founder Rudy Gonzalez about his ambition to change local perceptions of bicycle delivery and improve the city in the process.
We heard loads of great ideas for cycling cities during our recent #citytalk tweetchat. Here’s ten of the best.
Andreas Rohl, manager of the City of Copenhagen’s bicycle programme.
﹣ Andreas Rohl，丹麥哥本哈根市單車計畫負責人
The European Cyclist’s Federation on the potential of urban cycling.
With the Mayoral elections looming in London, this scheme is asking people to ‘vote with their bikes’. You can sign up here.