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News / Blog Community News News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Apr 8)

News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Apr 8)

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


NewByBikeFrom BikeTexas:

Could the Northeast Texas Trail become a linear state park?

Survey time! Take the follow-up survey from TTAT 2016. Help us get ready for 2018!

Support BikeTexas while you pick up your lettuce with HEB and Earthshare of Texas.


From around Texas:

The number of active transportation fatalities this week in Texas is appalling. Our thoughts are with the families of Jacob Waganer (Fort Worth), Wilma Montgomery (Houston), and Mailani Godin (San Antonio). We also send best wishes for a continued recovery to Elizabeth English (Austin).

CityLab Latino takes a look at the good things happening in Brownsville. (Article is in Spanish.)

From our friends at Velo Paso: Funding for new bicycle infrastructure is in jeopardy because projects that were intended to be ready to go by now aren't. In the meantime, there's a community meeting scheduled for Monday regarding bike lanes on Resler.

Corpus Christi continues to develop its new bike plan.

Waco's Safe Passing Ordinance passed its first reading at the City Council.

Austin wants you to take the mobility survey.

Comments on the Houston Bike Plan are due Monday.


Have a great weekend!

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