14

Apr

Peak hour tolls are a big part of Oregon governor’s transportation agenda Oregon needs tough measures to cope with growing volumes of traffic, says Gov. Ted Kulongoski Saturday, April 12, 2008 GAIL KINSEY HILL The Oregonian Gov. Ted Kulongoski onRead More

09

Apr

Take Alternate Route By GENE RUSSIANOFF Published: April 9, 2008 WITH congestion pricing dead (for now), New York City is left with drivers still stuck in traffic and transit riders packed like sardines. How else can we ease traffic jamsRead More

07

Apr

An article posted on the Connecticut Press site discusses a proposed law, currently in front of the CT General Assembly.  If it goes through, then motorists would have to give bicycles at least 3 feet of room and the stateRead More

07

Apr

There is a new study underway at Rhode Island Hospital to collect data about people who ride their bikes for fitness, fun, competition, commuting or delivery of goods and services. The study is one of only a few to focusRead More

07

Apr

Our monthly advocacy meeting will be at 6pm on May 1st, at the Hub.  Hope to see you there!

07

Apr

The next B2WD organizational meeting will be at 6pm on April 11th at Red Five Sports Group offices (269 South Main Street).  An agenda will be posted the to the email list prior to the meeting.

06

Apr

In advance of National Bike to Work Week, the RI Chapter of the Sierra Club, in conjunction with Providence Cycle, present a workshop on how to effectively use your bicycle for transportation. On Thursday, April 10th, 2008 @ 7pm cyclistsRead More

05

Apr

In advance of National Bike to Work Week (May 12-16), the Sierra Club presents a workshop on how to effectively use your bicycle as transportation to and from work, school, or errands. From outfitting yourself and your bicycle, to safeRead More

04

Apr

A Christian Science Monitor article is reporting that In a city choked with diesel-spewing delivery trucks, the fledgling New Amsterdam Project (NAP), a Cambridge-based cargo-hauling company, is pedaling toward profits aboard an emissions-free fleet of urban “cargo trikes.” We’re gettingRead More

28

Mar

Some news about the Woonasquatucket River Greenway project that came across the NBW mailing list: It seems that the Mayor of Johnston wants to to prevent the continuation of the Woonasquatucket Greenway into and through his town. He has discountedRead More