Cyclists need the LWCF

Cyclists need the LWCF

The untimely and inexplicable death of the Land and Water Conservation Fund deserves the attention of urban cyclists, city planners, and biking advocates. **UPDATED** with news of limited reauthorization!

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Sharing is Hard

Sharing is Hard

We often work out proxies for fairness; you buy the drinks, I’ll pay for dinner. That’s what bike lanes are — proxies to enable a division of historically shared resources. No wonder they cause debate, because sharing is hard.

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There is no “car culture”

There is no “car culture”

It is not just culture; it is a singular route through the events of the 20th century that has made the American transportation system distinct in the world.

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Persistent Dreams

Persistent Dreams

Right now the rail-trail movement is the most successful way to build trails for bikers and walkers. But it’s certainly not the first; many other plans for trail building have come and gone.

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National Bike Month: A History

National Bike Month: A History

I love National Bike Month. It’s spring, and all is right in the world. But is there more to it than just a good time?

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