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News / Blog Community News News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Mar 20)

News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Mar 20)

Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week: 

 

nbs15 texas delegation with senator cornyn biketexasFrom BikeTexas:

Cyclists in Suits is just over a week away! We can't believe how fast this lege session is going. Join us in Austin to speak to our legislators on March 30.

See that calendar in the sidebar? Help us fill it. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If you event is free to participants and relates to biking or walking, we're happy to list it! If you charge a fee for participants, we ask that you become an event member to be listed on the calendar. 

 

From around Texas:

Fort Worth B-cycle is growing again.

Lubbock is hosting a bike rodeo at Safety City TOMORROW.

San Antonio has a new downtown circulator bus coming next weekend.

Sunday Streets Houston has announced a new sponsor and dates for the spring.

Houston's new protected bike lane opens on March 26!

Are you reading Streetsblog Texas? If not, you should be.

 

From elsewhere:

City Lab put together the relevant studies regarding putting in bike lanes near businesses.

Another study, this one about the "interested but concerned" crowd.

A look at bicycle infrastructure and social equity.

Utah may make it harder for cities and businesses to allow bicycles in drive-thru lanes.

And one New Jersey police chief's ridiculous take on pedestrian death.

 

Have a great weekend!

Photo: Texas delegation meeting with Senator Cornyn at last week's National Bike Summit Lobby Day.

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