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Study seeks SF and Boston motorists

Try car-free living for a week for a chance to win an iPad. Do you Live and work in either Boston or San Francisco? Regularly travel by car?

Sea Otter Classic 2016 begins in 10 days

The Sea Otter Classic and Festival 2016 begins Thursday, April 14, 2016 at the Laguna Seca Raceway outside of Monterey, CA. This is mostly a mountain biking event, but there’s a good amount of road action and even a tiny bit of utility cycling in the consumer show area. Here’s what I’ll look for this read more »

Caltrans D4 publishes draft Bay Area highway bike access map

In California, about 1,000 miles of the 4,000 miles of limited access freeway are open to bicycles according to this answer in the Caltrans FAQ section. Nobody knows the real number of miles, however, because the existing bike access maps, where they exist, are so outdated and crummy. In some cases, not even Caltrans knows read more »

New California environmental regs will (hopefully) boost active transportation

Changes to the transportation analysis guidelines specified in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) should ease approval of infill and urban development, but may result in challenges for local governments that depend on Level of Service mitigation requirements to fund their road infrastructure projects. TL;DR Summary Under current California environmental law, if a project creates read more »

Bike to the Park, win a free bike

The Adventure Cycling Association announced their inaugural Bike Your Park Day for September 24, 2016, which coincides with National Public Lands Day, a fee-free day for U.S. National Parks.

Mainstream media looks at shoddy cyclist fatality investigation

Quick personal note: I am traveling this week and may be slow in approving comments, which are currently under manual moderation. Some of you may remember the the death of 66 year old Margaret Bengs on November 2, 2015 in Sacramento, CA. Bengs attempted to cross Fair Oaks Boulevard at Kenneth Avenue on her bicycle read more »