April 22, 2013
The university’s efforts were recently recognized by the national advocacy organization League of American Bicyclists with a silver-level Bicycle Friendly University designation.
March 19, 2013
It is becoming increasingly important for motorists and cyclists to safely co-exist on the region's roadways. In L.A. County, 19% of all trips are made by walking and biking, but bicyclists and pedestrians make up 395 of roadway fatalities.
December 3, 2012
The distinction honors the university’s commitment to bicycling and initiatives that promote a safe and convenient biking environment on campus.
November 8, 2012
Working with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition to increase the visibility and safety of people riding bicycles at night by installing bicycle lights and handing out safety information as part of their annual “Light up the Night” campaign, which coincides with the end of Daylight Saving Time.
August 14, 2012
Funds will be spread among 23 projects to add new bike lanes and trails, build bridges and crossings for cyclists, improve signs and add bike racks.
August 7, 2012
As part of the expanded Bike Aboard program, NJ Transit will offer 418 designated bike trains on weekends on the Raritan Valley, Main/Bergen County, Pascack Valley, Gladstone, Montclair-Boonton and Atlantic City Rail lines. Collapsible bicycles are permitted on all trains at all times.
Combines transit, biking and walking in a single itinerary, customizes routes by travel mode and options such as quickest, flattest and most bike-friendly, and shows car-share locations.
August 2, 2012
The agency’s most recent bicycle parking census shows that bike parking usage in 2012 is up 3% from last year and the availability of bicycle parking near Metrorail stations has increased to more than 4,000 spaces.
June 13, 2012
In response to customer feedback and comments from the bicycling community, agency officials asked the North and South Jersey Transportation Advisory Committees to review NJ Transit’s existing bicycle policy and make recommendations that could safely reduce restrictions limiting bicycle access on trains.
May 29, 2012
Phoenix-based Valley Metro’s Susan Tierney, public information officer, gives an account of how alternatives to the car are becoming more and more accepted by residents and visitors, many of whom took the train and biked to a big baseball game on Earth Day.
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