• Denver voters say “Yes!” to bike/walk funds!

    Submitted by 303cycling on November 10th, 2017

    From Bicycle Colorado

    Thank you to all our supporters in Denver who voted Tuesday and helped overwhelmingly approved Measure 2A’s $431 million for transportation and mobility projects, delivering nearly 50 miles of protected bike lanes and neighborhood bikeways. More than $115 million will go directly to people-oriented projects such as new sidewalk and protected bike lane connections across the city. Read more

    • Interested in the future of transportation on SH 119/ The Diagonal? Maybe a Bikeway?

      Submitted by 303cycling on November 7th, 2017

      RTD is hosting two public meetings in November to get feedback about transit improvements, first/final mile access, travel time, and bike access as part of the SH 119 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Study. Read more

      • #RideMoreDriveLess – New Colorado-specific video exhibiting the joys of Bike Commuting

        Submitted by 303cycling on November 3rd, 2017

        Produced by Hottman Law Office – TheCyclist-Lawyer.com
        The Magic of Bike Commuting: Why We #RideMoreDriveLess

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        • $6.5 Million Settlement Given to LA Cyclist for Injuries from Pothole

          Submitted by 303cycling on October 30th, 2017

          A Los Angeles cyclist who suffered a major injury after striking a pothole agreed to a $6.5 million settlement with the City this week.

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          • New Signs Remind Drivers To Share The Road With Cyclists

            Submitted by 303cycling on October 29th, 2017

            BOULDER, Colo. Reposted from CBS local On an average day the stretch of Highway 36 from Boulder to Lyons sees 16,000 cars and as many as 600 cyclists all sharing the roads. Nearby, new signs are being piloted by BoulderRead More

            • Distracted Driving Can Kill Cyclists, Yet Some States Only Charge a $20 Fine

              Submitted by 303cycling on October 23rd, 2017

              Zac Rudolph was biking through an intersection in his hometown of Boulder, Colorado, six years ago when, out of the corner of his eye, he saw a small Mazda hatchback heading directly for him. He remembers the teenage driver looking up from her lap, her eyes suddenly wide with surprise, right before he was struck and thrown over the hood of the car. Read more

              • Railroad to repair crossings on Hygiene Road and 75th Street; Work requires road closures starting Monday, Oct. 9

                Submitted by 303cycling on October 10th, 2017

                BNSF completing crossing work and Boulder County repairing roadway near tracks Read more

                • Golden-Denver Bike Route Survey – Vote!

                  Submitted by 303cycling on September 21st, 2017

                  Golden and Denver are two popular destinations for both recreational and commuter cyclists. Bike Jeffco has identified five possible routes between the two places. All of them have safety hazards and other challenges.

                  Which is the best route?

                  In an effort to answer this question and identify the safety hazards and challenges, Bike Jeffco invites you to join us to ride the five routes we have identified. Read more

                  • Three Denver trails to enjoy by bike

                    Submitted by 303cycling on September 5th, 2017

                    Biking is one of the many physical activities that Colorado offers. As Denver’s streets become more crowded, the state is working to boost the number of cycling commuters. The state announced that it would commit more than $100 million in 2015 over a four year stretch to add bicycle infrastructure. If you’re in Denver with your bike, hit these trails to not only get exercise, but to see new parts of your state. Read more

                    • How Cyclists Can Get Police to Take On-Bike Video Footage Seriously

                      Submitted by 303cycling on August 18th, 2017

                      Over the past several years, more and more riders have been strapping video cameras to their bikes—not to capture rad jumps or beautiful scenery, but for safety reasons. However, the cameras might not be the panacea that many riders believe. On-bike video footage helped authorities catch the alleged driver who hit a cyclist on the Natchez Trace last month, but too often, video evidence from cyclists is ignored by overwhelmed police departments, particularly in cases where there’s no injury or other crime committed. Read more