Good Read: Bicycle Superhighways in Copenhagen Capital Region

From 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 →

Good Read: 8 Best Cycling Innovations

Smart traffic lights, dockless bikes, tax-breaks … this article details some very interesting ways that cycling is being encouraged around the world. From The Guardian: “Bike-sharing has come a long way in the last few years, and we are moving fast into the so-called fifth generation of these systems. Soon we’ll probably see a worldwide … Read more →

Good Read: “Woonerf”

From Metro News Winnipeg. “Wondering what a woonerf is, besides a weird word? It’s a street, “designed for pedestrians first,” which focuses on “calming the street down through design.” That’s how Winnipeg transportation facilities planning engineer Scott Suderman defined it while standing on the first such roadway in the city, John Hirsch Place, Thursday morning. … Read more →

Article: Council gridlock stalls downtown bike grid

Low-cost. Movable materials. What’s not to like here? From CBC Manitoba: “A decision on whether to study an adjustable downtown cycling grid was hung up in a pair of deadlocked votes at Winnipeg city council’s public works committee meeting Tuesday, where unofficial party politics led to legislative gridlock. For the third time since November, South … Read more →

Art City’s GoGoGo Parade!

We’ve got an exciting week ahead … On Friday June 23rd, we’re hosting a Pit Stop on Bike to Work Day. From 6 – 9AM, roll on down Assinboine Avenue on your way to work, say hi, and you might be one of four lucky folks to receive a 1 Year Casual Membership! On Saturday June … Read more →