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Still trying to find a rhythm here. Maybe Urbanist headlines 1x per week and bike headlines 2x month?
International bike headlines from the past two weeks:
- Ann Arbor is gonna share some bikes (annarbor.com via Aaron Bekemeyer).
- Toole Design will be the bikeshare provider of choice in Philadelphia (inhabitant).
- Construction trucks are disproportionately responsible for cyclist fatalities in London (Guardian).
- Toronto is ripping up bike lanes; its doctors are advocating for more (Torontoist).
- The U.K. is going to throw £62 million ($97M) at bike infrastructure (Guardian).
- French cyclists who own their own bikes ride more than those who primarily get around with bikeshare (Isabelle et Le Vélo).
- I think you’re asinine, Kerry Dougherty, for opposing measures that could stop cyclists from getting doored in Virginia (Atlantic Cities).
- Data from Capital Bikeshare Trip Visualizer supports idea that bikeshare is a “last mile” solution (Mobility Lab).
- Can SF increase the number of trips made by bike from 3.4% to 10% with a lot of $$ (City Insider)?
- Austin joins the
cool kidsbikeshare club (Burnt Orange Report).
- Should Mo Town become MoBi? (Huffington Post)
- The biggest bikeshare system in the world just got bigger (Bike-sharing Blog).
- Marin County is exploring a cute a bikeshare pilot program (Marin IJ):
- Puget Sound BikeShare is on the hunt for a good vendor … if you know anybody (Seattle Curbed).