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  • March 10, 2014 | The Atlantic Cities

    The Big City Bike Parking Negative Feedback Loop

    Everybody knows that parking is a big problem in New York. Sometimes it seems as if there’s no place to secure your vehicle. It can be infuriating searching for a spot. Especially if your vehicle is a bicycle. Despite the installation of hundreds of new bike racks around the city over the past...
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  • March 10, 2014 | The Atlantic Cities

    London's Plan to Move Cyclists to Side Streets

    After years of planning, London is finally poised to witness a quiet revolution for two-wheeled transport: an exhaustive citywide network of new cycle routes. This overhaul will nonetheless be coming with a substantial twist. As a visitor to the city, you might possibly never come across a...

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  • March 10, 2014 | Alliance for Biking & Walking

    In Citi Bike's Success, Advocates and Nonprofits Played a Key Role

    Last year we launched Citi Bike, the largest bike share system in North America, in New York City. Weeks before the system opened to the public, thousands of members had already signed-up, and eagerly awaited the chance to be among the first to take a spin on one of the big blue bikes. Less than...

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  • March 07, 2014 | The Atlantic Cities

    Braving the Deep, Deadly South on a Bicycle

    According to a benchmark study, released last year by the National Alliance for Biking and Walking, the states of the southern U.S. are the most dangerous per biker, and per bike mile traveled, by a wide margin. If you bike in South Carolina you are 10 times likelier to be hit and killed by a...

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