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From Tiny Doors to Tony Doors

Distance: 5.1 miles

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Saturday Beginner's Route

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PeopleForBikes’ 2021 Mid-Year Legislative Recap

June 23rd, 2021

A quick update on pro-bike policies from across the U.S. ...

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‘Spring Back on Bikes’ Is Increasing Youth Ridership

May 24th, 2021

A collaboration between the National Youth Bike Council and Atlanta Students Advocating for Pedestrians is providing free bike tune-ups. ...

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Nearly $300 Million in Federal Infrastructure Grants Include Bikes

December 4th, 2020

In September 2020, the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) announced this year’s awards for the Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development grants (BUILD, formerly TIGER). Of the $1 billion in grants awarded, nearly $300 million focus on or support bicycle infrastructure and active tr ...

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E-Bikes Can Now Access 200+ National Wildlife Refuges

October 23rd, 2019

On Oct. 22, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced its policy for electric bicycle (e-bike) use on National Wildlife Refuge System Lands. Director’s Order 222 is in response to the Department of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt’s Aug. 29 Secretarial Order 3376 directing the Bureau of L ...

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22 States Now Follow the Three Class E-bike System, Doubling Total in Six Months

July 19th, 2019

2019 started with 11 states using the model three-class e-bike definitions. As of June 19, 22 states now define e-bikes within the three classes, effectively doubling the total in just six months. These eleven new states are: Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklah ...

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A milestone in Atlanta: Two bidirectional protected bike lanes intersect

July 19th, 2016

Bidirectional protected bike lanes, which put both directions of bike traffic on the same side of a street, may not be ideal. But they can be useful in a pinch. Like all protected bike lanes, well-designed bidirectionals are more comfortable to more riders than having no bike lanes on busy streets. ...

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Atlanta plans big for bikes, and Atlantans turn out big time

October 16th, 2014

The capital of the New South is working on its latest highway network. ...

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Two-day demo will reclaim one of Atlanta's most celebrated streets for people

June 13th, 2014

Fifty years after a freeway sliced through one of the country’s wealthiest black communities and left it out to dry, the neighborhood is trying a new way to serve its seniors. ...

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Why Atlanta is poised to go big for bicycling

October 24th, 2013

Move over, Portland and watch out, San Francisco. There’s a new American Bike City on the horizon and she’s closing in fast. ...

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