- What would you do if you saw a bike being stolen? | James Walsh | Environment | guardian.co.uk
A friend and I were left feeling pretty useless when we caught of couple of lads in the act of pinching a bicycle
- D.C. unveils country’s largest bike share program – SmartPlanet
It started September 20, and through November 8 we have:
* 52,000 trips, 38,000 of which were by members versus day users; and
* 4,480 annual members.
- Urban, hip and healthy – Sacramento Opinion – Sacramento Editorial | Sacramento Bee
Can wellness be a priority in plans for future growth?
- Buses, bikes and businesses battle to be king of the road | San Francisco Examiner
Lanes that could speed up bus service across Muni service lines would likely cause traffic bottlenecks for drivers as they are rolled out across The City.
- O’Hare Modernization Program a leader in nationwide airport sustainability effort – Welcome to the FastLane: The Official Blog of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation
the O'Hare Modernization Program unveiled the latest updates to its Sustainable Airport Manual, in time for the 2010 Airports Going Green conference being held nearby. This manual guides many of the overall design and construction standards of the modernization program and ensures that O’Hare will continue to evolve as a model of the environmental stewardship envisoned by this conference.
- Planning for healthy communities – Sacramento Opinion – Sacramento Editorial | Sacramento Bee
Several California cities and counties are integrating health and wellness into their planning for new residential and commercial development. Here's what some cities are doing:
- BikePortland.org » » OHSU bike commuter injury study released
Few data exist on the risk of injury while commuting to work or school by bicycle. The proportion of commuters choosing to travel by bike is increasing in the United States, and information on injury incidence and the influences of rider characteristics and environmental factors may suggest opportunities for prevention actions.
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