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.
Need a bike or a bike rack for SXSW? Time is running out–book yours today! Email us with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
From around Texas
San Antonio B-Cycle has a new title sponsor.
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?
NYPD appears to side with a driver who killed a pedestrian, again.
Have a great weekend!