They're part of a massive national transit plan to slash emissions by half.
Canberra cyclists could be allowed to ride without a helmet in low-speed conditions, as part of a new road safety plan launched in the ACT.
This morning's column by the Seattle Times' Nicole Brodeur, "Seattle pedestrians bad at walking, motorists bad at driving," continues the century-old and very deadly tradition of insisting that the natural features of a big city (density, crowds, sma...
Wearing a helmet in an effort to stay safe is likely to increase sensation seeking and could conversely make us less safe and more inclined to take risks, according to a significant new study from our researchers.
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Elbilene tar like mye plass som andre biler og må derfor ut av Oslo sentrum når det skal bli bilfritt, sier hovedstadens miljøbyråd. Elbilforeningen vil ha en korridor til elbilgarasjen under Akershus festning.
Recent studies continue to shed light on how everyday cycling is not only good for our cardiovascular health but also a way to save billions in health care costs.
Over the last century, cities have been designed to accommodate the automobile. So, how do we redesign them to benefit people?
Amid the discussions about green energy and carbon capture, it should be remembered that a switch to two wheels could significantly cut emissions
Exposing the true costs of driving
Tonight, Adam dives into the much-beloved auto industry and exposes the surprising truths behind car dealerships, and the fact that the concept of "jaywalking" was created by auto manufacturers to blame pedestrians for car crashes.
Chris Boardman and master driving instructor Blaine Walsh explain how to safely overtake cyclists, referring to rule 163 of the Highway Code. And also watch the companion video, SIDE BY SIDE. This discusses how riding two abreast is recommended in th...
Want to ride to work but too scared to try? You're not alone. Here is one first-timer's harrowing tale, along with a few words of wisdom for those new to the biking tribe.
It's no secret that just about anywhere you go in the Netherlands is an incredible place to bicycle. And in Groningen, a northern city with a population of 190,000 and a bike mode share of 50 percent, the cycling is as comfortable as in any city on E...
A new study finds that "active" road signs may make drivers more attentive.