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Despite Attack, NYC Cyclists Will Keep On Riding
These people were out enjoying or exercising on a beautiful day. It’s a hideous violation.
Here Are The Best Cities For Living Car-Free
"People are wanting to live lives in which they are less dependent on a car."
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Pittsburgh's Bike Culture Must Be Preserved Amid Transportation Issues
Non-profit working to make Pittsburgh safe, accessible, and fr...
Sometimes the best solutions for the future lie in the past.
A Reset Week In The Hudson Valley
Social studies educator, Hofstra University, my opinions, of c...
Dutchess County also has two popular Rails-to-Trails routes, the 13-mile Dutchess Rail Trail between Hopewell Junction and
Biking Toward Greater Equity
President and CEO, New York State Health Foundation
Too often, bike-share programs don’t serve low-income neighborhoods and communities of color, focusing instead on more affluent areas of the cities in which they operate.
When Will The Democracy Deliver 'Car-Independence' Day In Yangon?
The Conversation Global
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Yangon has all the right ingredients to become Asia’s most livable city.
Heidi Blundy, Author provided
This Bicycle Will Clean Polluted Air While You Pedal
Architectural Digest Magazine
Dubbed the Smog Free bicycle, the invention works by sucking the polluted air into a contraption located on the front of the bike.
Rendering courtesy of Dan Roosegaarde
You Need To See This Steam-Powered Bike In Action
Geoff Hudspith is bringing steam-powered transportation to the 21st century.
Clean Air Is A Right For All Urban Citizens
Half of all people on earth live in cites. We can no longer accept toxic air as part of urban life.
What’s The Future of Transportation?
I write about the future of industries.
“Information capture and the theme of ‘big data’ continues to shape the transportation sector, with more and more companies
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Bike Culture Is Thriving In New Orleans
Naveen Kailas | Development Officer at Kailas Companies
New Orleans boasts the 10th highest percentage of residents who cycle to work each day.
Bike Medics Bring Speedy Emergency Care To Patients
Stateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in s...
Hundreds of EMS bike teams have cropped up across the U.S., giving emergency care to patients in areas with big crowds or
The Associated Press
Fisher-Price Sparks Controversy With Stationary Bike For Kids
The debate surrounding the Think & Learn Smart Cycle has many layers.
Watch What Happens When This Guy Photoshops A Tire Out Of A Bike Video
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Meet The Urban Farming Bicycle Gang
This fleet of farmers is converting local lawns into food gardens.
The Huffington Post
Taiwan Is The Hidden Gem Of Asia
Episcopal minister & Author
It's the people who make Taiwan my second-favorite country in the world to visit.
6 Ways to Sprinkle the Community With Compassion: This Week in Daily Giving
Founder and President, The Pollination Project
PIFA's Lady Pneumatica, Dancing Horses, and Cirikli Birds Delighted Philadelphians
Currently freelances for ABC and the Daily Mail
Disruptions Are Needed to Achieve a Sustainable Future
Editor, The Dirt
"The Paris climate agreement didn't create the commitments we need to limit global warming to a 2 degree Celsius increase," said Laura Tuck, vice president for sustainable development at the World Bank at Transforming Transportation, a conference in Washington, D.C.
Minnesota Bicyclists Are Being Targeted With Cement Bricks
"[It] came flying at him out of nowhere and just cracked him in the face."
4 Industries Currently Getting Warby Parkered
Entrepreneur, Digital Marketer, and MBA
Yes, Warby Parker is officially a verb. After musing through endless entrepreneurial ideas during my MBA education, the success of Warby Parker (started by a group of Wharton MBAs) became an inspiration for wanna-be millennial entrepreneurs with limited tech expertise.
Climate Change This Week: The Seafood Connection, Super Solar Chip, and More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist and author
Tired of facts? Do you think all the concern about climate change is just a bunch of hooey? Then this newscast is for you.
Lincoln, NE Man Turns Hardship Into Happiness
Dedicated to delivering only good news, all the time
Pepe Fierro had fallen on hard times. Upon relocating to Lincoln, NE, he discovered the apartment he was moving into did not exist, and was forced to sleep in the backseat of his car. At the moment when Pepe had nothing more to lose, he decided to follow his passion.
A Terminal Adventure at Denver's Union Station
Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs Creating Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs
Lois Alter Mark
Award-winning blogger at MidlifeAtTheOasis.com
Don DiCostanzo and Terry Sherry never expected to end up transforming the bicycle industry when they bought their first electric bikes nine years ago. "All I wanted was to be able to ride a bike again," says DiCostanzo.
Davos Attendees To Wear Fitbits, Raise Money To Buy Bikes For Needy Kids
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