Monthly Archives: August 2011

Is your city walkable?


A 2011 walkability comparison of the 2,500 largest communities in the United States was recently released by walkscore.com. Details on how this comprehensive database was formulated are available thorough this weblink. For the 2,500 communities, the national average score was 43 … Continue reading

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Kudos to the Federal Transit Administration


Congratulations to the Federal Transit Administration for clearly linking bicycle and pedestrian improvements to transit projects. This is great news for urban planners in cities across the country and will go a long way toward enhancing non-motorized transportation and transit-oriented … Continue reading

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The cargo bike revolution has arrived!


Even as an avid bike commuter, there are some days and tasks where my typical bike just isn’t useful. I have two saddle bags that carry my change of clothes for work as well as other items like my MacBook, Kindle, … Continue reading

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Cool bicycling poster


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