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Great Places Need Complete Streets

How do you create sustainable, livable communities? more »

Sep 5, 2012 Features

Paul Steely White Rides New York - Giro Reverb Session 2

Paul Steely White, of Transportation Alternatives in New York City, is leading the effort to reclaim the city's streets for bikes, pedestrians and mass transit. more »

Aug 15, 2012 Videos

Ask the Advocate - Promoting Safe Road Sharing

What kinds of strategies/ campaigns can we use to establish more respectful and safer road sharing by both cyclists and motorists? more »

Jul 9, 2012 Ask the Advocate (3 Comments)

Courtesy Cascade Bicycle Club

Three Feet to Save Lives

Places around the world are adopting a 3-foot passing law to make roadways safer for cyclists and prevent tragic collisions by legislating that motorists must give cyclists a minimum of three feet when passing. more »

Jun 18, 2012 Features (3 Comments)

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Working on routes kids need to bike to school.

Kathleen Wilker

Kickstand Sessions Arrive in Ottawa

Dutch and Danish mobility consultants team up to deliver workshops on building fabulous cycling cities across North America. Local planners, engineers, elected officials and advocates work together to design innovative solutions for cyclists. more »

Nov 8, 2012 Families on Bikes (1 Comments)

National Advocacy Groups Affirm Shared Goals; Decide to Remain Separate

Alliance for Biking & Walking, Bikes Belong and League of American Bicyclists continue to operate independently, in close collaboration, to make bicycling safer and more enjoyable for all Americans. more »

Aug 22, 2012 Bike Advocacy Blog

Countdown to Velo-city 2012: Janette Sadik-Khan

NYC's Transportation Commissioner, Janette Sadik-Khan, in an interview with European Cyclists' Federation board member Daniel Mourek. more »

Jun 14, 2012 Bike Advocacy Blog

Dunsmuir Street separated bike lanes in September, 2010.

Amy Walker

Countdown to Velo-city 2012: Can Vancouver Copenhagenize?

Vancouver could become North America’s cycling capital, reveals the European Cyclists’ Federation. more »

Jun 11, 2012 Bike Advocacy Blog (1 Comments)