Interview with Streetfilm’s Clarence Eckerson

Streetfilm's Clarence Eckerson

Clarence Eckerson has spent more than a decade documenting complete street best practices all over the world with Streetfilms. Produced by OpenPlans, a 501c3 non-profit organization, Streetfilms produces educational videos about sustainable mobility and interviews the policy makers, planners, and engineers responsible for creating these […]

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On Why Dockless Bike Share Systems are the Future

Bike share station

Baltimore’s new bike share system was long awaited. Discussions between the city and various vendors had been ongoing for several years, and recently built  downtown cycle tracks indicated political will and ridership momentum for a successful roll out. While ridership had been solid since the […]

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Cycling Safety and Protected Bicycle Facilities

The University of Westminster recently released a cycling safety study which used travel surveys to predict future cycling crash hot spots. By recording rider information on near misses, non-injury incidents and qualitative perceptions of safety, Rachel Aldred and Sian Crosweller showed that slower cyclists experience roadways […]

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Bicycle Culture by Design: Mikael Colville-Andersen

Mikael Colville-Anderson, author of Cycle Chic and urban mobility expert with Copenhagenize Consulting. Engineers are brilliant problem solvers. They just need to be told which problems to solve. They are the Can Do team. If we design a city properly, they will make it work. […]

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