Part of Longmont-to-Boulder trail system to officially open to cyclists and pedestrians just in time for Bike to Work Day! Boulder County, Colo. – Boulder County Transportation has completed the IBM Connector Trail, which is part of the Longmont-to-Boulder (LoBo) trail system. It will officially open to cyclists and pedestrians at 5 p.m. today, JuneRead More
Longmont and Boulder County officials took a ride on the city’s new Zagster bicycles Thursday afternoon to celebrate the bike-share program and the pedestrian underpass that goes under Ken Pratt Boulevard. Read more
From Bicycle Colorado We’re eager to get the word out about our campaign to increase funding for bike lanes and sidewalks. Here’s an excerpt from a great streetsblog story with the overview: A new coalition of transportation advocates wants to combat the Hancock administration’s habit of shorting biking and walking infrastructure while heaping taxpayer fundsRead More
Some relief after your morning commute.
Anonymous concerned citizen places reflective plungers in Wichita bike lanes. Read more
In a recent article by the Denver Post, Mayor Hancock and the City Council’s approach to missing sidewalks, transit gaps, bikeways and pedestrian safety was reviewed. Denver’s mayor says he shares the sense of urgency expressed by pedestrian, bicycling and transit advocates who want the city to channel more money to projects aimed at helping residents getRead More
From Streetsblog Denver, By David Sachs Feb 6, 2017 Those bike lanes around the city? They don’t appear out of the ether. They take money and planning by the Department of Public Works. Yeah, they may not be perfect, but if we’re going to build safer bike lanes, we’ll need our elected officials to buckRead More
Local Bicycle Commuter Extraordinaire, Katie Macarelli of Feedback Sports, talks about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly that can be Winter Commuting. Read more