Tag archives for bicycling
Bicycle sharing is now in Abu Dhabi with the recent launch of Yas Island BikeShare, and so far my impression of it is a big thumb's up!
Ohio State University is the latest campus in the U.S. to launch a bike-share program, which will begin this summer, or fall at the latest.
The design firm Perkins + Will released a plan that suggests a 660-acre area northeast of downtown Los Angeles is ripe for investments in urban agriculture.
The future of bicycling in London: Gensler has proposed converting abandoned metro tunnels into a network of bike paths and pedestrian walkways.
Cycling in Fresno is vastly underrated, an now the city of Fresno and Fresno State are considering a bicycle sharing program.
Melbourne does not have the most cycling-friendly reputation, but ANZ Bank is one company helping to make cycling mainstream.
The AARP has an impressive archive that inspires its members to advocate for more “liveable communities.”
Earlier this month Zagster and several partners launched a pilot bike sharing program in Cleveland, Ohio. Can this entirely privately funded plan work?
Are citywide bike programs doomed to fail? New York's is losing money, and in other cities such as Washington, they run in the red.
Bicycling in Montevideo is a great way to enjoy the city's Rambla and savor for a fantastic daily routine for Uruguayans.
In 1987, Mary Risley founded Food Runners in San Francisco to pick up uneaten food from local businesses to distribute it to charities.
While cities only take up a few percentage points of the earth’s total landmass, they contribute up to 80% of the world’s emitted carbon. Yet they will hold the answers to climate change.