Tags : politics

04

Sep

Gubernatorial Candidate Gina Raimondo’s Statement on Bicycle Issues

Gina Raimondo (D) ginaraimondo.com @GinaForRI Facebook Recreational biking has long been one of my family’s favorite past-times (so much so that it was featured in one of my campaign ads!). My children love riding around our neighborhood, and on our READ MORE

03

Sep

Statements on Bicycle Issues from Rhode Island Gubernatorial Candidates

Educate yourself on where the candidates stand on bike and pedestrian issues and vote in the primary election on Tuesday, September 9, as well as the general election on Tuesday, November 4.   As with the Providence mayoral candidate questionnaires READ MORE

03

Sep

Gubernatorial Candidate Angel Taveras’s Statement on Bicycle Issues

Angel Taveras (D) angel2014.com @AngelForRI Facebook Please let us know of any actions you have already taken that could improve conditions for bicycling. • On Bike To Work Day in 2012, I created the City’s first Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC), READ MORE

03

Sep

Gubernatorial Candidate Clay Pell’s Statement on Bicycle Issues

Clay Pell (D) claypell.com @ClayPell Facebook The quality, accessibility and, affordability of Rhode Island’s transit and transportation systems determine in large part how productive its residents and businesses can be. But transportation, including bicycling, provides so much more than just READ MORE

03

Sep

Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Block’s Statement on Bicycle Issues

Ken Block (R) blockforgovernor.com @KenBlockRI Facebook I am a supporter of bicycling in our state and in our country. I own a bicycle and before the campaign season enjoyed going on bicycle rides with my wife and children. As a small READ MORE

26

Aug

Mayoral Candidate Jorge Elorza Responds to Questions about Biking and Walking in Providence

Jorge Elorza (D) elorzaformayor.com @ElorzaForMayor Facebook   1. How do you feel about the current conditions for biking and walking in the city of Providence? Should you become Mayor, what are your top three priorities to improve biking and walking READ MORE

26

Aug

Mayoral Candidates Respond to Questions about Making Providence More Bike-Friendly

Educate yourself on where the candidates stand on bike and pedestrian issues and vote in the primary election on Tuesday, September 9, as well as the general election on Tuesday, November 4.   Bicycling is a healthy, environmentally friendly, and READ MORE

26

Aug

Mayoral Candidate Chris Young Responds to Questions about Biking and Walking in Providence

Chris Young (D) wheretovote.com Facebook   1. How do you feel about the current conditions for biking and walking in the city of Providence? Should you become Mayor, what are your top three priorities to improve biking and walking in READ MORE

26

Aug

Mayoral Candidate Daniel Harrop Responds to Questions about Biking and Walking in Providence

Daniel Harrop (R) harrop.org @DanHarrop Facebook   1. How do you feel about the current conditions for biking and walking in the city of Providence? Should you become Mayor, what are your top three priorities to improve biking and walking in READ MORE

12

Mar

Lessons learned from the National Bike Summit

Last week, RIBike joined Rhode Island representatives from Bike Newport, the East Coast Greenway Alliance, and the Providence Cyclo-cross Festival at the Women’s Bicycling Forum and the National Bike Summit in DC. We returned from three days of workshops and READ MORE