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Toronto that will provide year-round access to 1,000 bikes at 80 stations in the city's downtown. Pat Hewitt/The Canadian Press video The new deal hinges on diverting $5-million from Bell Media, money that was earmarked for public toilets, to cover a
Bicycles outsell cars in most EU countries in 2012 Figures from industry bodies indicate that bicycles outsold cars in 26 of the European Union's 28 states in 2012. It is thought the trend reflects a slump in car sales brought on by the continent's
One of the largest obstacles in getting people to bike to work is their fear of getting hit by a car. A new grass roots project in Los Angeles is helping folks navigate the ins and outs of traffic...She only started doing this ride a few months ago. "
A New York Times opinion piece last Monday by Daniel Duane provocatively titled ''Is It OK to Kill a Cyclist?'' caught an American conflict being duplicated on Sydney's roads. ''Every time I drive my car through San Francisco, I see cyclists running
Residents study maps of metro Birmingham and place stickers in locations where they think bike sharing stations should be built during a public meeting, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. The Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham commissioned a
Lessons from Japan's cycling culture Friday, 01 November 2013 A Japanese man riding a mamachari' bike with his children in Tokyo. Tokyo: The Japanese, as a nation of 120 million people packed into the floodplains of a largely mountainous country, are
Toronto that will provide year-round access to 1,000 bikes at 80 stations in the city's downtown. Pat Hewitt/The Canadian Press video The program allows people to rent bicycles on a per-use basis there are currently 1,000 Bixi bikes in Toronto at 80
It's a new way of showing a cyclist is a human being, we're not just an object on a roadway," Elizabeth Adamczyk, a local Ride of Silence organizer, said amid the rumble of passing trucks and cars. "It's a whole personification of a cyclist."...
Thailand's transport minister got some advice from his mother when she learned he was going to bike the chaotic streets of Bangkok to open a bicycle campaign: "Bring your ID card...Bicycling has long been almost nonexistent in this city of 10 million,
Featured Video Close More Video Some would have you believe there's a war raging in Toronto between automobiles and bikes, motorists and cyclists. I, Pedestrian, am having a one-woman guerrilla war with both. Frankly, those who drive and those who