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Move Aside Cars! Pop-up Cycle Lanes for a Post-Lockdown World

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From Brussels to Budapest, cities are instituting measures to help active travelers keep their social distance while staying safe from cars. In this new mini-series we look at how cities around the world are reclaiming the streets to keep essential workers and residents healthy and safe. ...

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Move Aside Cars! Pop-up Cycle Lanes for a Post-Lockdown World

Move Aside Cars! Pop-up Cycle Lanes for a Post-Lockdown World

From Brussels to Budapest, cities are instituting measures to help active travelers keep their social distance while staying safe from cars. In this new mini-series we look at how cities ...

Which party’s general election pledges are best for cyclists?

Which party’s general election pledges are best for cyclists?

We compare the manifestos, from Labour’s £8.2bn a year to the Tories’ pothole fund

Toward More Comprehensive Multi-Modal Transport Planning

Toward More Comprehensive Multi-Modal Transport Planning

Transportation planning is undergoing a paradigm shift. The new paradigm is more multi-modal and comprehensive, and so can better respond to changing travel demands and emerging community ...

In a Global Health Emergency, the Bicycle Shines

In a Global Health Emergency, the Bicycle Shines

As the coronavirus crisis forces changes in transportation, some cities are building bike lanes and protecting cycling shops. Here’s why that makes sense.

THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENE

THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENE

The Results of TCRP Synthesis 135" Date: October 9, 2018, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET Presenter(s): Will Rodman (TSS Paratransit) Host: National Transit Institute & Transportation Research Board ...

Berlin gets ‘pop-up’ bike lanes to boost cycling in pandemic

Berlin gets ‘pop-up’ bike lanes to boost cycling in pandemic

BERLIN (AP) — Authorities in Berlin are setting up temporary bicycle lanes to meet demand for safe cycling on the German capital's streets during the coronavirus pandemic, angering some...

Paris Transit Strike Boosts Use Of City’s Major New Cycleways

Paris Transit Strike Boosts Use Of City’s Major New Cycleways

Biggest transit strike for more than a decade cripples Paris–but not for cyclists and scooter riders, many of whom rode the city's major new cycleways for the first time.

Mobility Hub Newsletter: July 11, 2019

Mobility Hub Newsletter: July 11, 2019

Announcements New White Paper for Transit Agencies: Objective-Driven Data Sharing for Transit Agencies in Mobility Partnerships Download the Executive Summary. Drawing on lessons learned ...

Biking Provides a Critical Lifeline During the Coronavirus Crisis

Biking Provides a Critical Lifeline During the Coronavirus Crisis

Expanding biking infrastructure in cities will not only protect human health and curb climate change, it can help economies recover after COVID-19.

Riding in the right direction: a Turkish city goes back to cycling

Riding in the right direction: a Turkish city goes back to cycling

However, other more polluting modes of transport gradually took over – something the municipality is now keen to reverse. As part of the EU-funded REMOURBAN project, the municipality has ...

To maximize the impact of Bike to Work events, a year-round bike education program is key

To maximize the impact of Bike to Work events, a year-round bike education program is key

Bike to Work Day, celebrated throughout the DC-Maryland-Virginia region, is meant to get people out of cars, reduce congestion and emissions, and improve public health. But how effective ...

No helmets, no problem: how the Dutch created a casual biking culture

No helmets, no problem: how the Dutch created a casual biking culture

A chat with the authors of a new book on cycling in the Netherlands.

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The Institute of Transportation Engineers would like to thank the following four individuals for serving as the primary authors of this document: Meghan F. Mitman, Fehr & Peers, Walnut ...

£2 billion package to create new era for cycling and walking

£2 billion package to create new era for cycling and walking

Alternative ways to travel, such as walking and cycling, could relieve the pressure on public transport.

Paths to biking, walking improvements supported by wealth of research

Paths to biking, walking improvements supported by wealth of research

In the Twin Cities metro area, during the first five weeks of the governor’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) stay-at-home order, people were biking and walking 51 percent more than usual, ...

Could the Pandemic Start a Biking Revolution in Latin America?

Could the Pandemic Start a Biking Revolution in Latin America?

The crisis offers an opportunity to ease the congestion plaguing the region’s roads and public transit systems.

Chain reaction: commuters and cities embrace cycling in COVID-19 era

Chain reaction: commuters and cities embrace cycling in COVID-19 era

Worried about catching coronavirus? Want to get back in shape after weeks of lockdown? Many commuters in Europe are now hopping onto bikes, and city planners are making extra room for them.