Grants sought for bike path, bypass work
Daily Inter Lake (MT) – 4/8/12
Two Flathead County projects are vying pieces of the $500 million grant pie now available from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Lake City coffee shop gets to keep controversial bike rack
Seattle PI – 4/8/12
A Lake City coffee shop would get to keep its bike rack under a new proposal from transportation inspectors, but there may still be some expense to taxpayers.
Fort Worth Star Telegram – 4/8/12
Let’s say you’ve just ridden two miles at top speed, lugged your 30-pound bike up a set of stairs and swerved around a turning city bus a split second before disaster.
WNYC – 4/9/12
Last year, 21 cyclists were struck and killed but only two drivers were arrested. And about 40 percent of the time a driver is involved in a fatality – a pedestrian, cyclist, other motorist or themselves – not even a ticket is issued.
New trail under I-580 opens door for more Tri-Valley bike, foot travel
Silicon Valley Mercury News – 4/9/12
Planners predict the new trail link just east of the I-580/680 freeway intersection will open the door for greater bike, foot and skate travel between jobs and shopping centers, parks, schools and other trails in several cities.
NJ.com – 4/9/12
Just as many residents are starting to take their bicycles out for a spin in warmer weather, the Hoboken Public Library will host a special event later this month to show how to make bike repairs right at home.