Here's a posting of occasional cycling news from across the country, and sometimes interesting things from around the world. If I missed a worthy piece, please pass it on to me.
- Final meeting held for first phase of Bloor visioning study (insideTORONTO.com, Dec 19, 2007)
- Bike path is on the right track (Mississauga News, Dec 17, 2007)
- Teens to learn about cycling (NorthernLife.ca, Jun 28, 2007)
- Bike path killing business along De Maisonneuve (Montreal, Jan 15)
- Plan for people, not cars (StarPhoenix, Dec 19, 2007)
- Women cyclists risk death because they don't jump red lights (Daily Mail, UK, Apr 24, 2007) Thanks, Darren
- Delhi's fearless cycle enthusiasts (BBC, Jan 15)
- Nissan exec: Car culture is fading (Fortune, Jan 14)
While this is not strictly cycling news, it can mean good news for cyclists. I think that this trend also reflects on our increasing urbanization, denser developments, and our investments in Public Transit. What do you think?
- Cyclists' group in $200m infrastructure call (ABC News, Australia, Jan 16)
- Rotary donates funding for bicycle racks (News Transcript, NJ, Jan 16)
- Police get tough on cyclists (Norwich Evening News, UK, Jan 15)
- The not-so-lowly bicycle (Manila Times, Philippines, Jan 16)
- Cyclists, drivers clash on use of scenic Pungo roads (The Virginian-Pilot, VA, Jan 12)
- Blitz on clutter and nuisance cyclists(Dorset Echo, UK, Jan 11)