Today’s Headlines

  • A Bike Lane Has Become a Defining Issue in the Charleston Mayoral Race (Post and Courier)
  • Enormous Dallas Suburb Plano Passes Plan Calling for More Urban Development (D Magazine)
  • Larry Summers Says Fixing Roads Would Pay for Itself (WaPo)
  • Poll: 70 Percent of Americans Want More Road Funding (The Hill)
  • Downtown Denver Gets a Protected Bike Lane (CBS Denver)
  • Four Pedestrians Injured by Elderly Driver in Suburban Atlanta (WSB-TV)
  • Bicycling Up 30 Percent Along Salt Lake City’s New Protected Bike Lane (Deseret News)
  • The Skyrocketing Cost of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco (CityLab)


Denver’s Big Opportunity for World-Class Streets

Just a few months ago, Denver opened its first protected bike lane on 15th Street. But was that a one-off project or will the Mile High City change the way it designs streets citywide? The city’s approach to the redesign of Broadway will give a pretty strong indication of how serious Denver leaders are about […]

Green Lane Project Picks Six New Cities to Make Big Progress on Bikeways

More than 100 cities applied for the second round of the Green Lane Project, the program that helps cities build better bike infrastructure, including protected lanes. People for Bikes, which runs the program, announced its selections for round two today: Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, and Seattle. “The selected cities have ambitious goals and a vision for […]