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- City’s plan will implement alternative cycling routes around streetcar
- El Tour has been a real plus for city over the years
- Bill Cunningham rides a bicycle… in a hurricane
- The art of riding in New York City
- National spotlight shines on role of bikes in disaster response
- “Facing Race” in the Bike Movement, Part I
- “Facing Race” in the Bike Movement, Part II
- Why Traffic Deaths Are More Common in Red States Than in Blue States
- Which States Are Breaking Free From Oil Dependence? NRDC Ranks All 50
- Green Lantern channeled for bicycle security
Boston bike co-op closes after theft
UTPD ‘bait bike’ program success declines
2 thoughts on “Link roundup: November 20”
5th has the Roskruge buses and student pick up drop off traffic twice a day during the school year. I wouldn’t exactly call it car free for about 3 hrs a day M-F. Personally I don’t go anywhere near 5th when schools in session. I like Mr McKisson’s quote in the Wildcat moderate though it may be. I’m confused as to why mode shifting has to include knocking over bicyclists with tripping tracks of death. I’m pretty sure that a road that tossed automobile drivers onto the ground would not have been built and certainly not on the most prime and utilised route in the city.
I’m with you, Orvis. I’ve pretty much stopped using University Blvd. and 4th Ave. because of the streetcar tracks.