A town in the UK is cracking down on bad driving.
I think you should let the rider decide.
A left-wing party in Amsterdam is proposing that gay men replace the miniskirted women who traditionally kiss the winner of the first leg of the Giro d'Italia, one of Europe's premier bicycle races, which begins May 8.
"I don't even think the race participants want to be kissed by men,"
More turn signal jackets.
Fourth-generation bike sharing allows travelers to use the same card for bike sharing that they use for transit.
79 year old PA woman gets probation and community service for the hit and run death of an 11 year old boy from Baltimore. He reportedly ran a stop sign. "She was coming home from church that evening and thought she struck a bicycle in the roadway." She came forward when she realized what had happened. I think this is the right punishment.
Eugene, OR gets a grant from the EPA to encourage transit use, cycling and walking. And a region in North Carolina gets another larger one for Reading, Riding and Retrofitting to make schools greener, which includes smarter transportation.
Speaking of hit and run, here's a case where the question is what actually counts as "running." Stopping, giving your name, inquiring about the person's condition and having them tell you they're OK before leaving is not running as it turns out.
At a hotel in Antigua, every room comes with a bike, unlike the Marriott in New York (official lodging site of NYC's five boro ride). The latter doesn't even allow you to keep your bike in your room and then charges you $20 a day to store it - I'm doing the five boro ride if that isn't clear. I've also learned that Amtrak won't let you bring your bike on the train - I mean not even in a box - unless it is the 10:00pm train. I'm learning, and sharing, so much for the blog which is why this trip is tax deductible.