A few colourful and concise thoughts on getting around to jump start this short work week. Enjoy! From Planetizen.com: “Sustainable, inclusive, prosperous, and resilient cities depend on transportation that facilitates the safe, efficient and pollution-free flow of people and goods, while also providing affordable, healthy, and integrated mobility for all. Innovative shared and autonomous transportation … Read more →
An oldie, but a goodie! From Vox.com: “While it’s obviously reckless for them to blow through an intersection when they don’t have the right of way, research and common sense say that slowly rolling through a stop sign on a bike shouldn’t be illegal in the first place. Some places in the US already allow cyclists … Read more →
Cute is the perfect word for these solar cars. You can charge it in the sun, or take the battery inside and charge it at home. If the battery starts to die, you can take over and pedal! From Inhabitat.com: Click here to read the full article.
From Shifter: “This illogical helmet fundamentalism creates a false perception that cycling is inherently dangerous, which discourages people from riding. That discouragement is harmful. It means my city is not enjoying all of the benefits of a more robust bike culture, including the increased safety and health benefits that come when more people ride. Part of the … Read more →
From Copenhagenize.com: Denmark, you continue to impress! This is an interesting article about bicycle superhighways, connecting towns and municipalities, with the goal to make inter-municipality bike trips easier for the citizens of the region. They take it a step further, and project what this might look like in other cities, like Toronto for example (pictured below). … Read more →