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Bike to work challenge

My employer’s Eco Responsibility group and fitness center is offering incentives to those who can spend 2,000 minutes biking to work over the next 12 weeks to promote alternative transportation, environmental awareness and wellness. The human resources department sent an email to all USA employees promoting this program, and I’ve actually heard people who normally read more »

30 Days of Bike Train

Hi all, tomorrow’s regularly scheduled San Jose Bike Train has been cancelled. Feel free to show up, but the ride leaders won’t be there so bring a friend. Perhaps a little ironically, I have to cancel this ride because so much wonderful bikey stuff is going on. Details of these bike opportunities below the photo.

Wind, cold, rain, bike-to-shop, and Sea Otter

Those in the San Francisco Bay Area no doubt noticed the cold front that whipped through our region over the Easter weekend. We’re pretty excited about the trace rainfall associated with that weather system. A second, stronger storm should arrive overnight, with a half inch or more of rain expected Tuesday morning. Remember, you can read more »

San Jose Bike Train on April Fab Day, a BikePool report, and Bike to Shop

Remember, San Jose Bike Train rolls the first and third Wednesday of every month. We’ll roll 8 AM from San Jose Diridon Station for destinations north along the Guadalupe River Trail.

Parking database challenges residential parking requirements

Happy Monday, and I hope you enjoyed your lost hour of sleep. Last weekend, I attended a presentation by GreenTRIP Policy Analyst Jennifer West at the TransForm California’s wonky Silicon Valley Transportation Choices and Healthy Communities Summit. West described how the GreenTRIP Parking Database challenges assumptions about parking requirements for residential developments in the San read more »

Bay Area Bike Share announces data challenge

Bay Area Bike Share made over 600 megabytes of bike share usage data from 150,000 bike trips available for their Open Data Challenge. Data and design nerds are invited to submit their presentations that visualize this information in ways that reveal new and interesting trends.