A cool Bike to Work Ad from Hungary. It’s about getting exercise.
- The president of AAA writes about the rise of cycling in the nation and encourages people to celebrate Bike Month
- The Atlantic tries to figure out why the streets in Amsterdam and Copenhagen look so different than ours
- The Onion re-releases some bike safety tips in their Transit issue
- University students in Cleveland install a temporary “Pop Up” Cycle Track
- Transitscore was just released. Pittsburgh has a respectable score of 55, that would place us #10 in the country (ahead of Portland with a transit score of 50) if they expanded the rankings beyond just the largest 25 US Cities
- Bad street design disproportionately hurts the poor – Pedestrians in low-income neighborhoods were six times more likely to be injured
- A national driving with a cell phone ban? Yes Please.
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