Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:
We told you earlier this week about an attack on bike/ped funding in Congress. The vote on the transportation bill is now postponed until June 9. We’re keeping an eye on the bills and in communication with our friends at the League of American Bicyclists and will share any updates.
Will you be in Austin on June 19? Join us for CLIPS: Beer and Film at the Long Center. Want to volunteer at CLIPS? See all volunteer opportunities and sign up here.
From around Texas:
CycloBia Brownsville is TONIGHT! Check out this great promo video, complete with puppets!
Fort Worth B-cycle’s newest expansion? The Stockyards, of course.
Speaking of Fort Worth… check out this great video with mayors around the country talking about bicycle infrastructure, including Fort Worth’s Betsy Price.
Live in Houston? Take the bike plan survey.
Live in Corpus Christi? Take the MPO’s bike survey.
Live in San Antonio? Take the long-range plan survey.
People on bikes in Wichita attempted a world record last week, but it looks like they may have fallen short.
A company in London is working on a new helmet that would tell you the best bike route through the city.
A list of the 20 most bike-friendly cities on the planet is out! Spoiler: No Texas cities made the list.
Think parking is bad in your city? Beijing is rolling out an initiative that will require car buyers to show proof of a parking space first.
A British town is considering e-bike share.
Riding your bike on a trail? Here are some good etiquette tips to remember.
Early visualizations of driverless intersections have left out a few key details– such as, where are all the bikes and people?
Have a great weekend!