Who is building bicycle-friendly communities?

Keene, New Hampshire:  Downtown Keene to get bike-friendly makeover  (Keene Sentinel)

Yuma, Arizona:  Yuma to become more bike friendly  (KSWT)

Brownsville, Texas:  City achieves distinction as a bike-friendly community  (Brownsville Herald)

Ontario, Canada:  Ontario Making Communities and Attractions More Bike-Friendly  (Ontario)

Atlanta, Georgia:  How Atlanta is gradually becoming a bona fide bike-friendly city  (Curbed)


However, a couple are not so sure about the idea:

Douglaston, Queens, New York:  Douglaston Civic Urges Residents: ‘Oppose DOT’s Bike Lane Plan’  (Queens Gazette)

Providence, Rhode Island:  Mayor Elorza, City Council in standoff over bike lanes  (WPRI)

Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Are bike lanes making traffic better or worse in downtown Minneapolis?  (CBS Minnesota)


And others are thinking about it:

Mumbai, India:  Mumbai has the makings of a great cycling city – but it needs to set the wheels in motion  (Scroll)

Beirut, Lebanon:  Beirut tries to get back on the bike  (CityLab)


What is the broader view?

Crowded cycleways lead to new urban design approach  (NL Cycling)momentum

Urban Design:  Is There a Distinctive View from The Bicycle?  (Journal of Urban Design)

Bicycle culture and urban design: How the bicycle can shape the city?  (IMMdesignlab)

Designing Cities: Bicycle-Dependent Urban Expansion  (momentum MAG)

Urban Innovations That Could Turn Your City Into A Bicycling Paradise  (io9)

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