It’s a legitimate criticism that dedicated infrastructure for cyclists installed in the U.S. is often not particularly good. How should cyclists ride as a result?
Chicago’s departing (and D.C.’s former) director of transportation, Gabe Klein, talks with Chicago magazine about cars, density, and happiness. (Speaking of happiness, here’s an entire blog devoted to the concept of happiness and cities.)
The Alexandria Times takes a look at the opponents and supporters of the King Street bike lane.
In this video, a driver and cyclist switch positions.
Phoenix Bikes might move.