Today’s Headlines

  • Americans Are Driving Less. Our Public Policy Should Reflect That (HuffPo)
  • MD Republicans Want to Fund Rural Roads, Not Urban Transit (Baltimore Sun)
  • If Better Infrastructure, Safety, and Air Quality Are Worth Having, They’re Worth Paying For (Times News)
  • NYC Bike-Share Goes For Gold (Streetsblog NYC)
  • Why Does Mica Love TIFIA and Hate the Infrastructure Bank? (Transpo Nation)
  • Next Week, 15 Cities Urge Congress: “Don’t X Out Transportation” (T4America)
  • To Fund Jobs Plan, Obama Revives Idea of Repealing Oil and Gas Subsidies (Climate Progress)
  • Obama’s Got the Right Idea on Jobs — But We Don’t Need Ideas, We Need Money (Brookings)
  • GOP Rep’s Parody of a Jobs Bill Cuts Corporate Tax to Zero (The Hill)
  • New Orleans, Santa Fe, Omaha and 8 Other Cities Named Bicycle-Friendly Communities (Bike League)
  • We Miss You, John Wanamaker (RPUS)
  • Buffalo Goes Sustainable (Buffalo Rising)



The Freezing NYC-DC Bike Ride to Support Women in Cycling

The 2014 National Bike Summit is underway in our nation’s capital, starting with the Women’s Bicycling Forum, with its focus on expanding the share of women on two wheels. You can follow along on Twitter at #womenbike. In 2009, according to the League of American Bicyclists, women accounted for just 24 percent of bike trips […]

McCain & Coburn: Inadvertent Transportation Reformers?

Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Tom Coburn (R-OK) are no fans of dedicated federal spending on cleaner transportation. From bike and pedestrian safety to local transit funds, the duo has made a habit of attacking non-road projects as wasteful "pork." Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) (Composite Photo: And yesterday was no exception, as McCain and […]

How to Build a Thriving, Equitable Bike-Share System

Bike-share has the capability to expand access to jobs and transit for communities in need of better transportation options — but only if the system is set up and operated in an equitable way. Our latest collaboration with the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) examines how to build a thriving, equitable bike-share system. At the end […]

NACTO Wrap-Up: Cities Are Doing It For Themselves

The leaders of the nation’s big city transportation agencies have formed a tight-knit circle, brought together by the National Association of City Transportation Officials to share best practices, and yes, battle scars. As NACTO’s first ever national conference drew to a close Friday, transportation chiefs from Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Chicago and New York all […]

A Boom in Bike Parking for Forth Worth

A growing population of bicycle riders in Forth Worth needs more racks than these. (Photo: Fort Worthology) A tip of the hat goes to our member blog Fort Worthology for being part of the bike parking solution in Fort Worth, Texas. Just a few months ago, the city approved an ambitious "Bike Fort Worth" bicycle […]