If we want to address how cars impact cyclists, there are far more effective ways to do that than simply advocating for helmets.
For fhis 5-part series, the author crowdsourced drivers’ questions about bicyclists’ mindsets, beliefs and safety practices, then posted the top 10 in several bicycle groups. Here are the bicyclists’ replies.
In Part 4 of this 5-part series, the author looks at visibility (or lack thereof) and riding behaviors that may annoy drivers.
In Part 3 of this 5-part series, the author examines potential problems at intersections when drivers or bicyclists fail to communicate.
For this five-part series, the author crowdsourced drivers’ questions about bicyclists, then posted the top 10 in several bicycle groups. Here are some of the bicyclists’ replies.
In this five-part series, the author examines stereotypes among drivers and bicyclists. Read about her methodology — as well as her journey from driver to cyclist.
Concerned about faster driving? More pedestrian accidents? Less safety for cyclists? Weigh in about the City of St. Paul’s Transportation Safety Action Plan; the deadline is today (April 14).
A variety of writers have written thousands of words in support of St. Paul’s plan for protected bike lanes on Summit Avenue. Here, in 10 pictures, is a closing argument.
A growing national movement supports Vehicular Walkers — those who consider themselves cars and choose to move on foot with traffic, not confined to sidewalks.
You aren’t imagining it. The pedestrian signal just counted down to WALK and you’re still waiting.