From OutThere ColoradoBy Alayna Alvarez Following a sluggish start, Denver is switching its bicycle program into high gear to help keep its promise of installing 125 miles of bike lanes by 2023. Mayor Michael Hancock on Thursday announced the new three-prongedRead More
Evidence is mounting that designing cities with bikes in mind has a profound effect on everyone—not just cyclists From Outside MagazineBy Joe Lindsey One of the long-standing arguments against building bike lanes is that cyclists are freeloaders: we enjoy theRead More
Under the bill expected to be proposed to Denver City Council early next month, dockless scooters will be classified as “Electric Mobility Scooters,” subjecting them to a different set of rules. Read more
Bicycle Colorado and BikeDenver, in a joint effort to raise public awareness about regular safety issues within bike lanes in Denver, have launched the Things in the Bike Lane campaign. Read more
Can cities be held more accountable for safe bike lanes?
Last year, eight people died and 11 were injured while on a bike path in New York City. Now, the victims and surviving relatives plan to sue claiming that the city did not do enough to protect people in the bike lane.
Read what Megan Hottman has to say about the city’s responsibility in Bicycling Magazine – “NYC Bike-Lane Attack Victims Sue the City for More Than $600 Million” Read more
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
From the Daily Camera Longmont is asking residents about how cyclists, pedestrians and vehicle drivers might best share city streets as it develops what officials are calling an Enhanced Multi-Use Corridor Plan. The plan, city officials said in a newsRead More
Bicycles and cars have always had to “share the road.” Soon they could have to share the cost of the road in Colorado. Read more
The mission of the Denver Street Partnership is : Advocating to fund, build, and maintain A complete, active transportation system. Check out the comprehensive slideshow and all the goals and methods: Denver Streets Partnership from Denver Streets Partnership