Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:
Cyclists in Suits is Monday, and it’s not too late to participate.
From around Texas:
Houstonia Magazine takes a look at riding a bike in Houston–where it’s come from, what’s happening today, and local advocates’ hopes for the future. Lots of love for our friends at BikeHouston!
For more Houston love, check out this feature of great places to bike and walk (and run) in Houston right now, with a look at what’s to come in the next two years.
Austinites, take the survey to give your input on the five-year funding plan.
Denton, here’s a survey for you, too, about improvements to the mews streets that are one block out from the courthouse.
Dallas City Council has approved some new bike lanes.
Bike San Antonio is still collecting signatures in support of bike lanes on Broadway.
The new Dangerous By Design report is out, and it’s more bad news.
And while it’s too dangerous to walk in much of the US, obesity-related cancer is on the rise in young people.
Meanwhile, did you miss Whoopi Goldberg’s rant against bike lanes? It’s a “greatest hits” of anti-bike complaint.
The New York Times took a look a traffic stress, and correctly blames cars for congestion.
Have a great weekend, and we hope to see many of you on Monday!