Our last 2008 B2WD meeting will be 6:00pm on May 8th at the Hub.
May 4, 2008 Bike Lanes, Intended for Safety, Become Traffic Battlegrounds By COLIN MOYNIHAN James Frederick was in Manhattan cycling west in the Prince Street bike lane on a recent morning when a green Ford parked in the lane forcedRead More
The folks over at the Sightline Institute published a recent graph comparing the pounds of CO2 (or equivalents) per passenger-mile emitted during different modes of transportation: Clearly we are somewhat biased towards bicycles around here, but this graph certainly showsRead More
An article in this morning’s Projo discusses the approach a variety of people are taking to deal with increasing gas prices. The majority of the article focuses on alternate cars, carpooling, bus ridership, etc. However, it does conclude byRead More
Newflash from the League of American Bicyclists: The House Congressional Resolution on Bicycling (H.Con.Res. 305), introduced in February, calls on the United States Congress to adopt a national bicycling strategy to fully realize the incredible benefits of getting more peopleRead More
The Washington Area Bicyclists Assn and DC DOT seem to have a pretty tight relationship – they teamed up to put up this billboard. What are the chances we could do something similar in the Providence area?