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Surprise, Surprise: Car-Free Sundays Cut Pollution & Noise

March 9th, 2016 | by Kyle Park Points

In São Paulo, Brazil, citizens are enjoying less air and noise pollution – at least on one day a week. On Sundays, during what is called Paulista Aberta, motor traffic is restricted on the popular Paulista Avenue and the street is dedicated to cyclists and pedestrians

Bike Infrastructure Planned For San Diego

March 5th, 2016 | by Kyle Park Points

Recently, Next City reported on San Diego, California's $64 million plan to construct a bicycle and pedestrian transit system complete with “protected bike lanes, pedestrian greenways, curb bulb-outs, road diets and more.”

Cyclists In London Increase As Drivers Decrease

February 26th, 2016 | by Kyle Park Points

The streets of London have seen an increase in bike riders and a decrease in car commuters. According to an article published by the BBC, the number of cyclists during rush hour will outnumber cars within the new few years

How Bike-Sharing Can Gain Popularity

February 22nd, 2016 | by Kyle Park Points

Utpal M. Dholakia, the George R. Brown Professor of Marketing at Rice University, recently published an article on Psychology Today’s [&hellip

Bikesharing A Commuter’s Business

February 6th, 2016 | by Kyle Park Points

Citi Bike certainly has taken off in New York City. The bikesharing system is enjoyed by adventurous tourists, recreational residents, [&hellip

Germany Opens First Segment Of 60 Mile Long Bicycle Highway

January 2nd, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

A five mile section of a proposed bicycle highway in the Ruhr Valley section of Germany has opened. It features passing lanes and overpasses to avoid congested city intersections. When complete, it could take 50,000 cars of the road during commuting hours.

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