Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:
Just one more week of early bird registration for Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference. Don’t wait!
Have something to say? Speaker proposals are now open for TTAT.
From around Texas
UT Austin has partnered with Austin B-cycle to offer bikeshare free to all students and at a discount to faculty and staff.
Texas A&M has partnered with ofo to bring dockless bikeshare to students, faculty, and staff. Rides under an hour long are free until March 13.
Permian Basin MPO is looking for a safe bicycling corridor between Midland and Odessa.
Coming this month: a new healthy community hub with data from counties across the country.
A pair of recent studies have found unsurprising links between multi-modal transportation and income equity.
An unusual traffic calming program in La Paz, Bolivia, is having a positive impact in more ways that one.
Kingston, Tennessee became the first U.S. city to log a million miles in a year. Texas cities have had similar programs in recent years–who will be the first Texas city to hit 1 million?
Have a great weekend!