Cycling ticks lots of good policy boxes, but cars aren’t over yet
As governments across Europe scramble to protect public health and capitalize on green gains, they're making historic investments in cycling infrastructure.
Capitals are gearing up for greater bicycle use to try to stem spread of the coronavirus and keep people moving safely
From Berlin to Bogotá there are new footpaths and bike lanes – but not in London
Co-authored by Dattatraya T Devare and Saurabh Ketkar Imagine two people on cycles alongside each other riding down a road. One has a state-of-the-art bicycle, made out of carbon fibre with ...
Alternative ways to travel, such as walking and cycling, could relieve the pressure on public transport.
"Overtaking" crashes have led to more than 600 cyclist fatalities in recent years.
89 percent of bike collisions happen at intersections. DOT’s new street-design guidelines aim to slash that statistic and save lives.