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  1. News
    21 July 2011

    Roll over America: a unique velomobile tour (USA)

    1522 reads Roll over America (ROAM) is a unique velomobile tour across the entire United States: Some 50 riders from Europe and North America, mostly regular bike commuters, will ride 5.000 km from Portland...

  2. News
    03 October 2011

    New York City bike share system operator announced (USA)

    841 reads Due to be launched in the summer of 2012, the New York scheme is set to be the largest bike sharing system in the United States, and one of the largest in the world. It will include around 10,000...

  3. News
    20 October 2011

    Chicago plans to launch its bike sharing system in 2012 (USA)

    601 reads The city of Chicago announced its plan to introduce the first large scale bicycle sharing system in the city by 2012. The two-stage program aims at having 5,000 bicycles and 500 docking stations...

  4. News
    18 September 2012

    Which should come first: bike infrastructure or bike sharing? (USA)

    1249 reads A recent study found that bike-sharing systems can work fairly well in areas with less developed bike infrastructure. Analysis of Washington DC’s bike sharing user rates, however, show a clear...

  5. News
    17 October 2012

    Cycling is good for the economy (USA)

    1945 reads A new report summarising many U.S. studies on the economic benefits of cycling highlight the large positive impact of cycling on state and local economy. A new report by the League of American...

  6. News
    14 June 2013

    Bike lanes may have positive impacts on local economy (New York City)

    1125 reads A recent study from NYC- DOT (Department of Transportation) finds that protected bicycle lanes may have a key role in promoting local businesses even in a recession. The construction of the first...

  7. News
    05 November 2013

    What the US can learn from European cities

    589 reads City planner and author of ‘Walkable City’ Jeff Speck presented in a recent TED event in New York City (USA) how traditional American urban design needs to be revolutionised to make cities ...

  8. News
    17 March 2014

    Bike-friendly intersections work to protect cyclists

    901 reads There is more and more recognition of the need for separate, protected cycle lanes in cities, but the problem of how to safely negotiate intersections remains for cyclists. An urban planner in the...

  9. News
    24 June 2015

    US study finds physically active cities are more productive

    2764 reads Research carried out by the University of California has found that investing in cycling, walking, public transport and green spaces has significant economic returns. Over 500 existing studies in...

  10. News
    24 August 2015

    California builds first protected intersection for bikes in the US

    1498 reads The city of Davis in California has finished work on a Dutch-inspired protected intersection to make travel safer for cyclists- the first such infrastructure in the United States. Built with the...