In case you missed it: Here are some links we thought were worth sharing this week. Happy reading!
Texas’ Newest Bicycle Friendly Businesses
2014’s final KidsKup race is next Saturday!
From around Texas:
Houston’s Grisby Square is getting a Woonerf
Travis County bicycle projects moving forward
Cyclesomatic 2014 presented by Bike Friendly Oak Cliff (Dallas) is underway
More info about Austin’s new Southern Walnut Creek Trail. See it in person at Austin BikeFest presented by Capial Metro on October 25.
BikeHouston is looking for bike valet volunteers for Sunday Streets
“A bike culture is one in which riding a bicycle is a pretty ordinary, unremarkable thing to do.”
Walking and using your phone in China? There’s a sidewalk for that.
Complete streets boost business, even in the suburbs
“The two most important factors for choosing a travel mode: total travel time (walking/cycling/driving + waiting + riding), and reliability.”
Fortunately, pedestrians aren’t injured by people on bikes very often, and that number is on the decline; meanwhile; not such good news for pedestrians killed by motor vehicles
A woman riding a bike in Kentucky was found guilty… of riding her bike in the road
Dancing pedestrian signals keep you entertained while you wait
Photo: At Cyclesomatic 2011
Have a great weekend!