Together with Mayor Coleman, we’ve been brewing the idea of taking a delegation of Columbus leaders to a bike-friendly city for over a year. The Bikes Belong Foundation, along with other national advocacy leaders, have noticed the progressive work we’ve accomplished [...]
Bike lanes have appeared on West Broad Street through the Hilltop. The resurfacing project extends between Stevens Ave (just east of the I-70 Interchange)…through the interchange, and through the core of the Hilltop old business district, to Hague Ave. We [...]
Here’s an excellent letter to the Editor, published in the Dispatch on Saturday, January 2, 2010. The logic is sharp, and answers the objections we hear every day. ("I don’t see many bicycles out there….there’s no demand for accomodation…etc.") Re-printed from the [...]
Last week I sat for four hours on High Street, and was dumbfounded at the illegal behavior of the majority of bicyclists riding on High St. This behavior is making our job of represetning you and selling improvements for bicyclists….very difficult. Read on…
Last week, over 300 bicycle advocates and stakeholders from throughout the Miami Valley region of Ohio (Dayton) convened to coordinate their efforts at building a “bike-friendly” region. Jeff Stephens, from Consider Biking, joined national leaders to present successes and facilitae their region’s next steps. The Miami Valley has already created a comprehensive REGIONAL bike plan…and they’ve broken ground an a downtown bike station!!