After the construction of a protected bike lane on 9th Avenue in NYC,
local businesses saw a 49% increase in sales.
On other streets in the borough, the average was only 3%.
It costs the same to build parking for 75 bikes
as it does for just 4 cars.
The trend is clear: more Americans are biking to work.
Since 2000, there has been a
62% increase in bicycle commuting.
A recap of this year’s Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Walk & Roll Conference.Read More
Cycling amenities help buildings gain LEED credit and contributes to the health of the community.Read More
Nearly a decade after the 2008 flood, Cedar Rapids is rebuilding itself to be more bike-friendly.Read More
Encouraging active commuting