More people riding bicycles creates stronger, safer and healthier communities. The key to getting more people biking is to provide safe, convenient and attractive places to ride.
This brief provides a short overview of current approaches for measuring bicycle network quality focusing on a case study using the PeopleForBikes Bicycle Network Analysis (BNA) to evaluate the impact of planned projects.
This report draws on the experiences of Austin, Chicago, Denver, Memphis, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Seattle to create a general guide for adding this exciting, effective new form of project delivery into your city’s toolbox.
Race, ethnicity, class and protected bike lanes: An idea book for fairer cities
This info brief provides a concise summary of current practice and key resources for those interested in starting, expanding or maintaining bicycle and pedestrian count programs.
A connected bike network provides a safe and comfortable transportation experience, enabling people of all ages and abilities to get where they want to go.
Learn and understand the role bike share and shared micromobility played in the Black Lives Matter protests.
Have you noticed that bikes are on the front lines of the Black Lives Matter protests in a multitude of ways?
Around the start of this decade, Memphis’s public experiments were making its streets maybe the most interesting in the United States.
Help us help you by improving the accuracy of the The Bicycle Network Analysis.
For the first and second U.S. cities to start building networks of modern protected bike lanes, the payoff seems to have arrived.
We don’t have to dream of a country where protected bike lanes and other quality bike infrastructure have dramatically improved life for people in poverty. We can visit it.
PeopleForBikes is proud to announce the third annual PlacesForBikes City Ratings — a data-driven analysis evaluating and identifying the best U.S. cities for bicycling.
Manuel Calvo had spent years in Sevilla bicycling activism and was working as a sustainability consultant when he landed the contract to plan a protected bike lane network for his city.
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