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What is a bicycle street? The answer is multifaceted.
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#BlackFridayParking becomes #IWishThisParkingWas for 2020
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Just-for-fun challenge for the winter: Midnite Bicycle League 2020-21
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Mexico’s new “right to mobility” amendment
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Bicycle related ballot measures were huge successes in the 2020 election
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#WDoR2020: World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
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Atlanta has a new bicycle mayor, Pattie Baker
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Do you live in a 15-minute neighborhood? HERE is how to find out.
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Improving the pedestrian safety playbook graphics
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Even when the law forbids it, “jaywalking” is the rational and natural choice
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The pandemic-era traffic death paradox
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Bicycle gear: bikes with two child seats, and a frame bag shoulder pad
It’s time to do something about car advertising
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No, we don’t need new tech to stop bicycle riders from being killed by cars.
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I’m feeling these lessons from writing about transportation
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US Bike Route 1 opens in Georgia
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Designing our streets for children
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Bike to Work (or There) Day in Columbus, GA is Oct 9
TandemTrip: a potential “Waze for cycling” app
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Streetsblog debunks pedestrian safety myths
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Upcoming just-for-fun bicycle challenges: Coffeeneuring and Three Speed October
Bicycle Mayors
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Georgia Commute Options: Tips for first-time and experienced riders
On pushing back against SUVs
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How to Not Get Hit by Cars
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When a demand trail meets a stroad
Atlanta’s riders speak up about how bus cuts hurt them
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The differences between the Suburban Experiment and traditional development
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A Quick Brown Fox reviews the Burley Travoy trailer
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Myths and realities of pedestrian infrastructure
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Time travel to a city street in 1906
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One hundred eleven year old woman’s secret: walking a lot
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Pattie Baker’s “You Go, Girl!” blog series
Exploring Georgia's multi-use paths
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Fundraiser for family of Obianuju Osuegbu, teen killed while riding bicycle
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A timely, simple plan to reduce traffic fatalities
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New study shows how larger vehicles and wider roads are the cause of increased pedestrian deaths
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Atlanta and 25 mph speed limits
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Forbes takes an interest in low-income urban heatwaves
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Manchester’s bike lanes and accessibility
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Denver’s future street design prioritizes pedestrians and cyclists over cars
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On the success of Asheville’s “road diet” project
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On advocating for bike lanes
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The tight connection between policing and car culture
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Miss Manners advises on how to address pedestrians in bike lanes
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Research examines cities’ mini “heat islands” and their ties to racism
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People for Bikes: 2020 Community Survey
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Smart Cities Dive: "US traffic fatality rate surges amid 'open season' of reckless driving"
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Pattie Baker, bike blogger & activist, is victim of hit-and-run
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