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Why Arlington (and Every Place) Needs More Protected Bike Lanes Chris Eatough, a former professional biker and the director of BikeArlington, envisions an Arlington County where there are more bikes than cars. In order to get there, says Eatough, the county needs to create a connected network of protected bike lanes. …Read more →
DON’T MISS THIS IMPORTANT NONPROFIT FORUM TOMORROW ! HOW and WHEN to advocate with elected officials for your agency’s mission and programs? HOW can election year politics impact your efforts? WHAT: ‘Election Year Do’s and Don’ts for Nonprofits’ with Richard Pinsky, Akerman LLP WHEN: Wednesday, August 20 from 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon WHERE: United …Read more →
Why US Pedestrian Safety Remains Elusive Friday, August 8, 2014 http://archplanbaltimore.blogspot.com/2014/08/why-us-pedestrian-safety-remains-elusive.html?m=1 Even though overall traffic fatalities continue to fall, pedestrian deaths not only stayed stubbornly high, they even increased in some areas. How come? The first guess may be technology. While improved vehicle safety …Read more →
One-Day Protected Bike Lane Demos Have Swept America this Summer by Michael Andersen Thursday, August 14, 2014 This is what a tipping point looks like. Around the country in the summer of 2014, community groups across the United States have been using open-streets events and other festivals to …Read more →
ULI STAKEHOLDER MEETING – UPTOWN URBAN VILLAGE At the request of the City of Fort Lauderdale the Urban Land Institute (ULI), through its local District Council, is organizing a technical assistance panel (TAP) to discuss and provide advice on specific issues relating to creating a more walkable, livable urban village core in and around the …Read more →