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France will spend €2 billion to double bike lanes, expand cycling

The French government announced a €2 billion plan to expand cycling infrastructure as part of a broader effort to encourage people to ditch their cars.
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Berlin's new parking rules set up showdown between bikes and cars

In an effort to clear cluttered sidewalks, new city regulations will raise parking fees for drivers while allowing bicycles and scooters to claim street spaces for free.
Ten cities will get up to $1 million for cycling infrastructure

Ten cities will get up to $1 million for cycling infrastructure

A new program from Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Global Designing Cities Initiative will select cities looking to build more bike lanes and increase ridership. 
Bike lane blocked? Bring on the enforcement cameras

Bike lane blocked? Bring on the enforcement cameras

Installing cameras that automatically ticket drivers who obstruct bike lanes would make riding safer. In New York City, such enforcement technology could be on its way. 
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Farhad Manjoo: Riding a bike in America should not be this dangerous

Farhad Manjoo: Riding a bike in America should not be this dangerous

Bicyclists and pedestrians are dying at alarming rates. Do we have the courage to remake our car-centric streets?
5 U.S. cities where bike commuting is booming

5 U.S. cities where bike commuting is booming

A new report from the League of American Bicyclists traces how long-term planning and infrastructure investments allowed some cities to grow their share of bicycle commuters. 
COVID forced cities to redesign their streets. Now, some of those changes are permanent

COVID forced cities to redesign their streets. Now, some of those changes are permanent

In 2020, cities adapted to COVID-19 with open streets, outdoor dining, and added bike lanes. In 2021, some of those changes became permanent—and advocates for walkable, bikeable cities can take lessons from what worked to redesign even more streets.
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