Berkeley, California, a university town with roughly 121,000 people, is a true, 15-minute city, with most essential services within walking or biking distance. But Berkeley didn’t become a great place to bicycle overnight. To learn more about Berkeley’s evolution, as well as the ways in which the city has garnered political willpower and reimagined traffic enforcement to make biking more inclusive, we spoke with Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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.
Race, ethnicity, class and protected bike lanes: An idea book for fairer cities
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.
Questions? We have answers.