Who needs bike lanes on wonderful streets like these when you keep traffic to a minimum?
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In December, the Phoenix region opened one of the most ambitious transit projects in recent U.S. history: a 20-mile light rail line with 28 stops serving three cities (Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa).
We already touched on Madison Square in our in-depth interview with Janette Sadik-Khan last fall, but we always felt that it deserved a much closer examination based upon all the footage we couldn't use in that Streetfilm. Take a freaking look!
When New York City opened up new pedestrian zones in the heart of Midtown this summer, naysayers predicted a traffic nightmare. Nearly two months later, we're still waiting for the much-feared Carmaggedon.
Chicago's Millennium Park hosts of one of the most incredible amenities for cyclists in the United States: McDonald's Cycle Center.
In a historic move, the New York City Department of Transportation has replaced three car parking spaces in Williamsburg with on-street bike racks to accomodate about 30 bicycles.
Vancouver, Canada celebrates Car-Free Day with four car-free community festivals.
This unique bike signal gives Portland cyclists the right of way!
The entire family of San Francisco city agencies responsible for maintaining its streets made an unconventional decision to close a portion of a street to cars and convert the new space into a simple, yet elegant, public plaza.
It's a lime green bike lane...and we love it.
30 second promo airing on television for this year's Summer Streets!
Queens transit riders oppose MTA fare hikes and service cuts and support bridge tolls.
Innovative thinking in Portland has produced a new street design which emphasizes community use.
In Portland, OR, you can get a $242 ticket for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
This Portland institution emphasizes using non-motorized means to get to school.