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Bikes As Transportation blog

Bikes As Transportation is a brand new blog from veteran bike activist Mark Stosberg in Indiana.  Check it out and day hi.

Bikes as transportation

Mark Stosberg of Richmond, Indiana uses his bicycles for transportation. He’s pretty active in the blogosphere commenting on other people’s blogs. He’s gathered up his bicycling material and put them together into a new blog, Bikes For Transportation.

Election 2014: Bikes in Mountain View California

For those of you voting in the city of Mountain View California, here are a couple of resources that can be helpful for those who want to vote on transportation issues. Nine people are running for three at-large city council seats.

Bikes, traffic lights and video detection

I’ve been out of pocket for several days due to the American Memorial Day holiday weekend. I hope your weekend was as nice as mine. There was a lot of interest in last Friday’s post about bicycle detection for traffic lights at intersections, in which I uploaded a report about the state-of-the-art in 1985.

Regional transportation agency considers bike share expansion to East Bay

San Francisco Bay Area Bike Share is funded through the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which overseas transportation planning and funding for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. Bike share here serves cities on the west side of the Bay from San Francisco to San Jose. Ever since program launch, East Bay residents have clamored for a read more »

Santa Cruz County: Log your bike rides for transportation planning

The Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) sent me a heat map of bike trip data they collected through their CycleTracks Monterey Bay program. Volunteers upload trip data to CycleTracks through a website or a smartphone app for transportation planning purposes. AMBAG does transportation planning for San Benito, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties in read more »