Public comments taken on WSU bicycle, pedestrian plan
WSU News – 3/22/13
Better connections between Washington State University and Pullman and more education about bicycle and pedestrian pathways were among the needs voiced at a recent workshop to gather public comment about the draft WSU bike and pedestrian plan.
Nebraska City OKs loaner bicycle plan
Omaha.com – 3/23/13
The City Council in Nebraska City has approved a proposal that five spots be set aside in town for loaner bicycles that could be used by tourists and residents.
Park It: 400-500 New Bicycle Racks On the Way
Baltimore Magazine – 3/22/13
At Tuesday’s monthly Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee meeting, Nate Evans, Baltimore’s bike and pedestrian planner, announced the city — via a federal grant — will be able to install 400-500 new bike rack around town. The procurement and installation process is expected to take some time, anywhere from “two months to a year,” Evans said, but otherwise is a done deal.
Most stairs climbed by bicycle: Krystian Herba breaks Guinness world record
World Record Academy – 3/20/13
Krystian Herba, 31, a Polish extreme cyclist, hopped 2,754 steps to reach the 100th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center, in 1 hour, 21 minutes and 53 seconds, setting the new world record for the Most stairs climbed by bicycle