In Austin, Texas, a more than 400-mile bike network is being built in record time. As of September of this year, 215 miles of the all ages and abilities network are complete, connecting protected bike lanes, neighborhood bikeways and urban trails. Impressively, the Texas capital has been able to cut down the time on its network buildout by a whopping two-thirds, building more than 100 miles in the last two years alone. Watch to learn more about how Austin achieved such an impressive milestone.
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.
Our newly released research is the deepest dive yet into public perceptions of bikes and mobility.
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