The tips and tricks of biking culture in Amsterdam.
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•More Chinese cities likely to curb auto sales: industry group •A Tale of Renewed Cities [Report] •Driving time holds steady as population increases, report says •The New Majority: Pedaling Towards Equity [Report] •How CicLAvia Is Turning Los Angeles Into A City Of …
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Electric bicycles are already popular in Europe and in China, which has more e-bikes than cars on its roads. Now, manufacturers are marketing e-bikes in the U.S., promoting them as a "green" alternative to driving.
•How roads were not built for cars •Ageless Cycling •Can Europe get its high-speed rail network together? •Targeting transport: guerrilla gardening goes one stop further
We continue our Streetfacts series by looking at the data on driving in the U.S. Beginning in 2005, per-capita driving has declined every year. That's not a blip, it's now an 8-year trend.
It’s always a pleasure when scientific studies confirm your own long-held opinions, especially when what you think flies in the face of all conventional wisdom.
Mark Plotz is the director of the National Center for Bicycling and Walking, a resident program of the Project for Public Spaces. What that means, in practice, is that Mark is the man who makes Pro Walk/Pro Bike: Pro Place happen! Mark’s been poring over the results of last …
Traveling the world’s great bicycle cities, I fell in love with cycling. The ease, safety, convenience… (dreamy sigh) But as my six-month love affair came to an end, I began to realize the reason for my infatuation: cities like those in Denmark and Holland simply make themselves …