Since 2000, record numbers of Americans have parked their cars and ridden their bikes. Here’s a look at who’s riding where.
Green Means Go: Protected bike lanes (also called green lanes) are popping up in bunches in America's big cities. Here's where you'll find them.
Installing a mile-long protected lane on Ninth Avenue in New York City resulted in a 49% estimated potential increase in retail sales among merchants located along the path and a 58% reduction in injuries to all street users (cyclists, pedestrians, and drivers).
Source: New York City Department of Transportation, Measuring the Street, 2012
Ride or Drive: The Choice is Clear
Pedaling around town saves gas, saves money, and helps save the planet.
The State of Bike Commuting
Since 2000, record numbers of Americans have climbed on their bikes and taken to the streets. Here's a look at who's riding where.
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