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Bike Lane-less Dallas Inches Forward

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Competition between cities is a healthy thing when it comes to bike infrastructure. Of course, the thing about competitions is, somebody’s going to wind up being the loser, for lack of a better word. And in the race for bike-friendliness, Dallas, Texas is bringing up the rear. Dallas is the largest US city without a […]

Today’s Headlines

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Dallas Planners Working on a Plan to “Restitch” Neighborhoods Around Urban Freeways (Morning News) Here and Now Wonders Why U.S. Trains Don’t Use Open Gangways Grist: Highway Funding Troubles Could Put Us on a Better Course Dallas Observer: City’s New Bike Share “Saddest in the Country” DC Church: Bike Lanes Infringe on Religious Freedom (WaPo) […]

A Big Week for Bicycling in Fort Worth

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Let’s hear it for Fort Worth, Texas. This Texas city is leaving its big brother Dallas in the dust when it comes to bike-friendliness. Just this week, the feds awarded Fort Worth with $1 million for a 30-station bike-share system, which is slated to be up and running next April. And just yesterday, Fort Worth installed the Dallas […]

Today’s Headlines

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Obama Urges Action on Highway Trust Fund: “It’s Not Crazy. It’s Not Socialism” (Biz Insider) Foxx Warns That State Funding Will Be Rationed Starting August 1 … (Dallas News) … And Defends Obama for Dragging Feet on Gas Tax (Roll Call) With Holiday Weekend Coming, Gas Prices Reach Six-Year High (The Hill) LaHood Encourages Missouri […]