Tomorrow, Topeka Metro is offering free rides on all its fixed routes in the city, in recognition of the 60th Anniversary of Rosa Parks' bus protest.
Janette Sadik-Khan: Making NYC still safer for pedestrians - NY Daily News. The City of New York, through aggressive efforts over 10 years, has made serious strides for pedestrian and cyclist safety. We are on this trend now, and will continue to do so in Topeka.
Bicycling, whether you ride or not, benefits you. Bicyclists make your commute safer, easier, healthier, and cheaper.
Check out this press release from NYC. The City's Comptroller is reporting that claims against the city have cost NYC taxpayers almost $90 million. Clearly there is a financial case for investing in pedestrian (and cyclist) infrastructure. If bad roads are killing and injuring people — not to mention, costing the city millions of dollars, isn't … Continue reading NYC Comptroller urges investment in pedestrian infrastructure