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International Bike Count: Spain's Ridership Growing Fastest

International Bike Count: Spain's Ridership Growing Fastest | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Between 2014 and 2015, Spain led 16 other countries by increasing its bicycle mode share the most—8 percent.
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Baltimore spending millions to grow cycling infrastructure

Baltimore spending millions to grow cycling infrastructure | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Millennial Yair Flicker rides his bicycle to commute four miles through Baltimore — but when he visits his siblings in Berlin and Tel Aviv, he realizes the city has far to go to create a modern infrastructure so many in his generation want.
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Cities are paying people to ditch their cars and bike to work instead

Cities are paying people to ditch their cars and bike to work instead | utility cycling | Scoop.it
This is awesome.
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Germany has highways for bikes. You can learn from that, America

Germany has highways for bikes. You can learn from that, America | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Five lessons from abroad about how the U.S. could fix its broken transit system.
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How Bike Sharing Could Become Mainstream

How Bike Sharing Could Become Mainstream | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Bike sharing could scale up enough to make a real impact on urban air pollution and plug public transport gaps.
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How Bike-Sharing Can Gain Popularity - Gas 2

How Bike-Sharing Can Gain Popularity - Gas 2 | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Rice University Professor shares expert opinions on making bike sharing more popular.
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Should California give subsidies to people buying bicycles?

Should California give subsidies to people buying bicycles? | utility cycling | Scoop.it
California bike people want to change the state's clean-vehicle rebate rules so their preferred rides can get a share of the public cash.
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International Bike Count: Spain's Ridership Growing Fastest

International Bike Count: Spain's Ridership Growing Fastest | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Between 2014 and 2015, Spain led 16 other countries by increasing its bicycle mode share the most—8 percent.
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4 keys to unlock city services innovation

4 keys to unlock city services innovation | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Building more isn't the only option. We can make efficient use of existing infrastructure and provide transport options like mass transit and bike share.
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Majority of Britons would take longer commute for better cycling infrastructure - Business Reporter

Majority of Britons would take longer commute for better cycling infrastructure - Business Reporter | utility cycling | Scoop.it
The majority of Britons would like to see an improved cycling infrastructure across the UK, even if it means taking longer to get to work. More than 70% of
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Majority of Britons would take longer commute for better cycling in...

Majority of Britons would take longer commute for better cycling in... | utility cycling | Scoop.it
The majority of Britons would like to see an improved cycling infrastructure across the UK, even if it means taking longer to get to work. More than 70% of p...
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How a cycleway split a community

How a cycleway split a community | utility cycling | Scoop.it
There's so much anger cyclists are afraid to use it, while the mayor people blame is openly booed and hissed.
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New Evidence That Protected Bike Lanes Get People Cycling More | Streetsblog.net

New Evidence That Protected Bike Lanes Get People Cycling More | Streetsblog.net | utility cycling | Scoop.it

Cities making the most progress on protected bike lanes are seeing bicycling rates go up.

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Wheel Estate: The Next Big-City Meccas for Cycling

Wheel Estate: The Next Big-City Meccas for Cycling | utility cycling | Scoop.it
We already know the most popular cities for cyclists. So what are the future bicycling hubs with the most new and planned bike lanes and share programs?
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Transforming Austin’s Mobility System By Working At The Community Level

Transforming Austin’s Mobility System By Working At The Community Level | utility cycling | Scoop.it
With a population of 1.8 million and counting, Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. That rapid growth brings with it transportation challenges.
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Research Offers Lessons on Bicycle Planning

Research Offers Lessons on Bicycle Planning | utility cycling | Scoop.it
This past week at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning conference, planning academics shared their research on planning for bicycles including bike sharing, bicycle education, and the use of cargo bicycles.
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Yet More Evidence Bike-Share Is Failing the Poor

Yet More Evidence Bike-Share Is Failing the Poor | utility cycling | Scoop.it
New research implicates Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Boston, and New York in the troubling trend.
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Cycleways to cost ratepayers $46m

Cycleways to cost ratepayers $46m | utility cycling | Scoop.it
The ratepayer contribution towards Wellington's proposed $101 million cycleway network has been revealed.
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The global bike sharing boom – why cities love a cycling scheme

The global bike sharing boom – why cities love a cycling scheme | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Bike sharing has huge potential benefits - even for people who don't use them.
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New bike lanes and metro stations in Bucharest paid for by carbon credits

New bike lanes and metro stations in Bucharest paid for by carbon credits | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Also available in: Russian Over the years, Bucharest has improved its cycling infrastructure.
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There strong public support for building more segregated cycle tracks, poll finds

There strong public support for building more segregated cycle tracks, poll finds | utility cycling | Scoop.it
There is strong public support for building segregated cycle tracks along main roads, new research suggests.
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Department Of the Increasingly Obvious

Department Of the Increasingly Obvious | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Courier columnist Alan Garr writes about bike share in the context of Vancouver's anti-bike history and the remarkable turnaround in attitude now occurring.
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Council plans to spend £6m on cycling in Glasgow - BBC News

Council plans to spend £6m on cycling in Glasgow - BBC News | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Scotland's largest council aims to spend £6m over the next three years on improving cycling infrastructure.
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Opinion: If we're serious about cycling, let's get serious about cycling infrastructure - BikePortland.org

Opinion: If we're serious about cycling, let's get serious about cycling infrastructure - BikePortland.org | utility cycling | Scoop.it
Our lack of care sends a bad signal.
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Clarence Road cycle lane

The lauded “Dutch-style” segregated cycle lane along Clarence Road has finally been completed - 18 months behind schedule. The 700-metre, £380,000 lane was b...

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