Missing Links is an initiative to identify gaps in the city’s cycle networks. It is specifically focused on connecting existing cycle infrastructure together to extend the network, ensuring that existing routes are used to their full potential. In this post we explore the Missing Link between Liesbeek River Trail cycle path and Leisbeek Park Rd. […]
In this, the second of our series on emerging bicycle cities, we look at Indianapolis. This midwestern city is known worldwide for its famous Indy 500 race, but with the strong support of Mayor Greg Ballard, Indy is racing to become one of America’s most bicycle-friendly cities. One of their most impressive pieces of NMT […]
It’s official, on the 15th December the City of Cape Town painted a section of the Bree Street cycle lane (between Strand Street and Waterkant) green as a test phase for more extensive use in future cycling infrastructure in the city.
This had to be one of the most hilarious films at this year’s Bicycle Film Festival. It a comic portrayal of why we need bicycle lanes – uncluttered ones!