The Downtown Trenton Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan has been published!
Mr. Brown looks at why Black and Hispanic individuals cited personal safety as their number two barrier to bicycling, second only to a fear of traffic collisions.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) published a new guidebook to help communities develop performance measures for bicycle and pedestrian planning in March 2016.
News Spotlight | March 19th - April 1st: Is Bike Sharing the Safest Way to Ride? +"Bikesharing and Bicycle Safety," Mineta Transportation Institute, March 2016 The Mineta Transportation Institute released a fascinating new study in March, “Bikesharing and Bicycle Safety,” that shows that using bike share is safer than riding a personal bike. Most striking, there … Continue reading Is Bike Sharing the Safest Way to Ride?
This Week's News Spotlight | The Sharrow: What is it Good For? [hr style=double-line margin_top=5 margin_bottom=10] +"The Relative (In)Effectiveness of Bicycle Sharrows on Ridership and Safety Outcomes", Transportation Research Board, Jan. 2016 The ubiquitous sharrow (or “shared lane marking”) has become the center of a debate in bicycle planning in the last few months. A … Continue reading News Spotlight: March 5th – March 18th, 2016
The Rising Demand for Walkable Neighborhoods