Stoplights made for cars are leaving countless bikers stuck on red

Stoplights made for cars are leaving countless bikers stuck on red

November 13, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer The American system that forces bikes to steer into the middle of many intersections to trigger green lights is baffling even to most current bikers, a new study finds. The process of getting a green...

Selling biking: Better language for better bike lanes

November 11, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer Cycle track? Protected bike lane? Advanced bike lane? Separated bike lane? Fourth in a series about opinions held by the “swing voters” of bicycling. So far in the last week, we’ve...

San Francisco architect: Better bike lanes = higher land value

October 10, 2013 Mary Lauran Hall, Alliance for Biking Walking David Baker with his staff in San Francisco. David Baker, founder and principal at David Baker + Partners Architects, was dubbed “a starchitect for the common man” for his firm’s work designing...

Pat Cunnane: A closer look inside our Board of Directors

November 08, 2013 Kristin Butcher Cunnane (left) with President Obama during a fundraiser in 2008. Pat Cunnane entered the bicycle industry as a 12-year-old kid doing odd jobs at a local bike shop. Now he’s the President and CEO of Advanced Sports International (ASI),...

Selling biking: Bike images that people like

November 08, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer Third in a series about opinions held by the “swing voters” of bicycling. When street space is scarce, it’s tempting to assume that the solution is to treat road users like warring...