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Biking for Bus Commuters Just Got Easier

Biking for Bus Commuters Just Got Easier

14th St. Transit Center Bus-then-Bike Shelter (graphic courtesy Sopher-Sparn Architects, via Sue Prant) On Wednesday, January 28, hardy cyclists—some of whom do it daily—will take to the streets and bike ways for Winter Bike to Work and [...]

The Power of One

The Power of One

Every June, the City of Boulder hosts Walk & Bike Month, a celebration of walking and biking. The month kicked off on Sunday, June 2 with the Circle Boulder by Bicycle Tour, a uniquely Boulder event where more than 700 cyclists of all ages [...]

Community Cycles Presents ‘Speaking for Cyclists’ Discussion on Bike Advocacy

Community Cycles Presents ‘Speaking for Cyclists’ Discussion on Bike Advocacy

As part of Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month, the Community Cycles Advocacy Committee will host “Speaking for Cyclists” on Friday, June 7 at 6 p.m. The talk will be held at the Community Cycles Shop, 2805 Wilderness Place, Suite 1000. Members of [...]

The Cost of Parking Our Cars

The Cost of Parking Our Cars

photo courtesy Sue Prant Parking a car in the United States is expensive. Not necessarily to the car owner, but to society. A fascinating and recent report by the Victoria Transport Policy Institute sheds some light on how much a parking space [...]

Save the Fourmile Creek East-West Bike/Ped Connection

Save the Fourmile Creek East-West Bike/Ped Connection

The city is considering alternatives for the Fourmile Creek path in the vicinity of 19th and Upland near Crest View Elementary School (see project map here). The staff recommendation is to put the multi-use path along the creek right of way. This [...]