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Public bikes in Palo Alto?

Presenter Bill Burton Wright of Library Bikes will show a presentation on the steps Paris took for the successful launch of the popular Velib bike rental program. Bill will have some “Roue Libre” bikes to share. The presentation will be followed by an informal Q&A and discussion of implications for Palo Alto. Thursday, June 5, read more »

More bikes and pedestrians with Lincoln Avenue road diet

San Jose Department of Transportation counts 24% more bikes on Lincoln Avenue during road diet trial project. I’m reading the San Jose DOT data collection report [PDF] for the Lincoln Avenue Road Diet Trial prior to tomorrow night’s public meeting regarding this project in Willow Glen.

Highway 101 bridge for East Palo Alto

The city of East Palo Alto, CA will host a meeting on Wednesday, November 19 to discuss plans for a pedestrian / bike bridge over Highway 101 east of University Avenue near the IKEA store.

Why transit needs bikes

Yesterday, Alan wrote a thoughtful post at EcoVelo entitled “Why bicyclists need transit.” Even though transit may not currently be on your radar, that could change overnight, and you may find yourself depending upon a bus or train in combination with your bicycle to get yourself to work everyday. Alan points out that the incomplete read more »

Palo Alto to consider bike share program

Bike Library on Palo Alto city council agenda tonight The Palo Alto city council will discuss a proposal to ask city staff to study the feasibility of a bike sharing system for Palo Alto. Several councilors and the mayor of Palo Alto recently sat in on a presentation about the Library Bike system in place read more »

Bicycles in the news and culture

Happy Friday. Remember, Santa Cruz “Tropicalismo” Bike Party ride happens tonight beginning 7 PM from the Bike Church. More bike news below the photo of the guy riding his bike through the “New Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, France. View image |