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Fargo, NDvalleynewslive.com

New bike laws will soon go into effect in North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - Three new bike laws that were passed during this year’s North Dakota legislative session will soon go into effect. House Bill 1290 – Overtaking and Passing a Bicycle This law requires vehicles to pass a bicycle with a minimum of 3 feet between the bicyclist and the vehicle. This provides a safer environment for those riding bicycles on the road. Prior to this law, North Dakota was one of only seven states without a safe passing law.
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Arlington County, VAarlnow.com

BREAKING: Police Investigating Serious Bike Crash Near Yorktown HS

(Updated at 2:20 p.m.) A bicyclist has suffered potentially life-threatening injuries after a crash 2-3 blocks from Yorktown High School. The crash happened around 1 p.m. on the 2700 block of N. George Mason Drive, just south of Yorktown Blvd. Initial reports suggest the front wheel of the bike somehow came off and the cyclist flipped over the handlebars, suffering a possible head injury.
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Chicopee, MAWWLP 22News

Chicopee Center Loop developed for pedestrians and bicyclists

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – The City of Chicopee announced Wednesday that the final phase of installing the temporary Center Loop project has started. The project will create a bike lane in Chicopee Center to provide additional space for bicyclists and pedestrians travelling through the area. The project was made possible by a grant for $76,000 from the MassDOT’s Shared Streets and Spaces Program.
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Santa Cruz, CAStreetsblog Capitol Hill

Eyes on the Street: New Coastal Rail Trail Segment in Santa Cruz

In December 2020, the city of Santa Cruz opened a new segment of rail trail. It’s not news today to Santa Cruz residents, but Streetsblog recently visited the new bike/walk path and offers this short piece celebrating the bikeway, and exploring a few features that may be applicable to facilities everywhere.
Glenwood, ILStreetsblog Capitol Hill

Let’s make Glenwood from Devon to Pratt one-way to make room for bike lanes

The Glenwood Avenue Greenway (north of Pratt Street the route jogs west on Farwell Avenue to Greenview Avenue) is a useful, relatively low-stress alternative for cycling between Uptown and Evanston, compared to busier corridors like Clark Street and Broadway, two blocks west and east, respectively. (Last week plans for new protected bike lanes on Clark in Edgewater were announced.)
Omaha, NEWOWT

Omaha’s first protected bike lane officially opens

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - The Midtown to Market Bikeway officially opened Wednesday morning following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Harney and Turner Boulevard. The bikeway, which runs from along Harney Street from Turner Boulevard to South 10th Street, is the first protected lane in the city, with bollards and parked vehicles to offer protection and comfort for riders.
Minneapolis, MNPosted by
Abdi Isaaq

Bike Tour Destinations in Twin Cities

MINNEAPOLIS - Biking in the Twin Cities is perhaps one of the finest activities in the United States, if not the world, in terms of quality. Take a ride on these famous paved and unpaved routes in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and take in the views, sounds, and scenic splendor that the city has to offer.
Carsmntransportationresearch.org

Separated Bike Lanes: Filling the Gaps in Design Guidance

In recent years, many U.S. cities have been installing separated bicycle lanes (SBLs) as part of their nonmotorized transportation networks. SBLs are bicycle pathways that employ paint and a vertical element as a buffer to separate motor vehicle traffic from bicycle traffic. They reduce crash risk, increase safety and comfort, and encourage more people to use bicycles as transportation.
Cyclingmexicodailypost.com

Queretaro cyclists and mobility authorities tour city for potholes and risk areas

Cyclists and Mobility authorities tour the city to detect risk areas. Collectives and groups of cyclists participated this Friday in a supervision and evaluation tour carried out by the Ministry of Mobility of the Municipality of Querétaro for the cycling infrastructure of the city, to detect areas of risk and danger for the population.
Chicago, ILblockclubchicago.org

Bike Lanes Coming To Armitage Avenue In Logan Square And Hermosa

OGAN SQUARE — Bikes lanes are coming to a 3.5-mile stretch of Armitage Avenue in Logan Square and Hermosa. City crews will begin painting 5-inch dashed bike lanes on Armitage between Western and Laramie avenues in the next couple of months, city officials said. Crews will also repaint turn lane,...
Houston, TXHouston Chronicle

What's red and white and spread across downtown? Pretty soon, transit-only lanes

More than two miles of downtown streets will get a fresh coat of red paint in a move that has nothing to do with the Rockets or Cougars basketball teams. The red, commonly used in many cities to denote a transit-only lane, gradually will come along Travis and Milam as part of a three-phase project to freshen the bus-only lanes managed by Metropolitan Transit Authority. Paint could be spread across four blocks of Travis by fall, though the total project will take up to a year, and up to $1.5 million.
Oakland, CAStreetsblog Capitol Hill

What About the Drains, Oakland?

Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors coverage on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless noted in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. Take a piece of rotted wood and paint it. It will look nice for a...
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