A U.K. historian is on a quest to find and reclaim hundreds of miles of protected bike lanes built across his country in the early 20th century and then abandoned.
We asked pedestrians and bicyclists to tell us about their close calls on the road. The results are harrowing.
A plan to put an extra-wide suburban Atlanta thoroughfare on a road diet, adding protected bike lanes in the process, has come under fire from a local columnist with an unhealthy vendetta against people who ride bikes.
It's unfortunate that in 2017, city planners and engineers assume all those new people will come with a car. Why wouldn't they? There's so much room to drive!