Michael Andersen, PlacesForBikes
Michael Andersen is the PlacesForBikes staff writer for PeopleForBikes, a national bicycling advocacy organization. He writes about how to build better biking, faster.
In the program's first 40 days, the campus bikes averaged 12 checkouts per bike per day. Why exactly did it work?
Portland's Halsey Street carries five bikes in a normal rush hour. The city thinks dramatic upgrades can make it a model for suburban retrofits.
If you want to learn how a city can start doing good street projects faster, keep an eye on Austin, Texas.
One of the most important parts of bike infrastructure is invisible.