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Bikes, bikers and blowhards in NYC, make the news

On Monday, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz was interviewed on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer show by transportation issues reporter Andrea Bernstein.

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Bike Lanes are a clear indicator of respect for cyclists on the streets and weather the city is taking bikes and those using them for transport, seriously.

Marty’s comments are an [...]

Cycling the “last mile.”

Jarret Walker is a transit planning consultant, who helps design transit networks and with policy making decisions.

He writes the blog: Human Transit.

He sent me he latest article on how transit systems can help cyclists better incorporate with issues of the “last mile.”

Check it out: here.

alleycat in Nebraska

Jym Dyer told me about the growing bike scene in Omaha, Nebraska.

Check out this great flyer for an upcoming alleycat:

Find out more at badrabbitalleycat.blogspot.com