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Mid City- LSU - Downtown

Distance: 13 Miles

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Wanderlust Adventure - Bicycle Scavenger Hunt

Distance: 31 Miles

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The Cultural Melting Pot Adventure - Bicycle Scavenger Hunt

Distance: 20 Miles

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Better Bike Share Partnership Awards $75,000 in Grants

June 7th, 2022

These nine projects will reach and engage traditionally underserved populations through shared micromobility. ...

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A Proven Model for Accelerating Bike Networks

May 20th, 2022

PeopleForBikes, in collaboration with Wend Collective, helped five U.S. cities successfully increase bicycle mobility through the construction of new bike infrastructure. ...

The Longhorn Dam Shared Use Path in Austin, Texas. (Photo courtesy of the Austin Department of Transportation)

Five of the Best New Bikeways

January 14th, 2022

These 2021 builds are all more than just bike lanes — they represent political wins, Complete Streets projects and crucial connections that make up comprehensive bike networks. ...

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New Orleans' Bicycle Equity Index

November 10th, 2021

In 2019, the Crescent City joined forces with Toole Design to let equity lead in the planning of its bike network. ...

An event in the West Colfax neighborhood of Denver where local cruiser car culture merged with biking. (Photo courtesy of Denver Streets Partnership)

How 5 Cities Are Breaking Down Barriers to Biking

March 25th, 2021

Bike advocates in Austin, Denver, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and Providence share how they’re already using recent recommendations from Charles T. Brown and other researchers. ...

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“Where America Fails, So Have We in Bicycling.”

March 4th, 2021

A candid conversation with Charles T. Brown, the lead investigator of a new, groundbreaking report on barriers to biking in the U.S. ...

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America's Best New Bikeways of 2020

December 18th, 2020

We can all agree, 2020 was tougher than anyone anticipated. As the year began, planning for a pandemic could only be described as a fantastical thought exercise, but by March the realities of COVID-19 reached all corners of America, dramatically changing nearly every aspect of people’s lives. ...

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New Orleans’ Connect the Crescent: Final Report

April 3rd, 2019

Last year, local advocacy organization Bike Easy, the City of New Orleans, and other community partners installed Connect the Crescent, a three-month demonstration project that added 3.5 miles of protected bikeways, improvements for people walking and taking transit, art installations, and open stre ...

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Making Changes Takes Support

December 27th, 2018

PFB’s Big Jump Project continues to provide resources for cities pushing boundaries to accelerate the rate of change. This year, our collaboration with local governments and non-profit organizations yielded big results in a handful of cities. ...

Volunteers paint “sharrows” onto a street in New Orleans to help mark bike routes. (Source: Bike Easy.)

New Orleans’ Growing Bike Culture

September 18th, 2018

New Orleans is known more for its beignets than its biking. But that could soon change. The city is making strides toward building out a connected network and engaging citizens in a burgeoning bike culture that’s as colorful as a Mardi Gras parade. ...