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Copenhagen is second on the list with a 26% share and Berlin third with around 13%...The report says over 76 600 people would be employed in green and healthy transport every year and 10,000 lives would be saved if major European cities reached the
11:09 EST, 9 April 2014 31 shares 0 View comments A cyclist outraged by the bad behaviour of his fellow bikers has captured their dangerous moves on camera and created a montage of the incidents which include jumping red lights, cutting up motorists
Search In a widely viewed YouTube video, a cyclist named Casey Neistat, deliberately takes tumble after tumble while trying to navigate obstructed bike lanes in New York City . The video is funny it even includes a crash into a parked police car but
The moment I saw him, I knew he was gone," said Navarro, who reeled under the weight of sudden, unbearable loss. A few days later, he saw three strangers on his street with a skeletal white bicycle. They said they were with a group called Ghost Bike,
Regardless of your opinion of them, I'm happy that the city is exploring the implementation of infrastructure for alternative modes of transit. But additional accommodations, particularly for cyclists, are needed. The majority of residents rely
But the city of Sacramento may not be quite as cruel as you think. On a visit to her grandchildren last month, Patricia, 75, parked downtown at a spot without a meter, but didn't realize there were a couple of pay stations on the block...Why not give
With more people on bikes over summer, and particularly during February, it's also a good time to remind drivers and people who cycle to look out for each other, be considerate and share the road safely." Last year more than 800 Bike Wise events
46 pm Savannah's Chatham Area Transit (CAT) will officially begin its new public bicycle sharing program on Friday, making it one of a growing number of major metropolitan areas in the United States to do so in recent years, and the first in Georgia.
Mike Bloomberg didn\'t have to ride a bike to get it \n \n by Dave Cieslewicz \n on Thursday 01/02/2014 12:05 pm \n Michael Bloomberg ended his third term as mayor of New York City on Tuesday, spending twelve years in office.
As a cyclist with more years of experience on the road than I care to admit, I feel as confident as Hercules when I saddle up and take on the hydra-headed lanes of heavy metal beasts that charge at me along Marion Road and Anzac Highway every morning.