June 4, 2014

Will the City of Tomorrow have driverless taxis or bikes?

During her 6 years (2007-2013) as Commissioner of New York’s Department of Transportation, Janette Sadik-Khan partially restored 317 linear miles of 19th century streets so they could be used for a similar kind of non-motorised mode (cycling) to the mode […]
May 31, 2014

Lost In Translation at Velo City.

Having given what two random sycophants told me was “the best presentation of Velo City” I sense it is me, Dr Behooving, to whom the cycling world looks for a truly authoritative report on the international […]
May 20, 2014

Why apartment designers should make room for bikes

This was a temporary blog post, and draft of a passage I had been labouring over for my next book. Thank you to all those who helped with their comments. 
May 8, 2014

Decoupling bike networks from networks for driving.

I was treated to a very illuminating tour of Amsterdam a few weeks ago, by Pascal van den Noort from Velo Mondial. He showed me something about Amsterdam that I really hadn’t noticed myself, despite many visits, and […]
April 26, 2014

Snap shot of New York, July 2013

I had to clear some space on my mac-air drive and came across some photos I took last year in New York that I had forgot ever taking. Citi-Bike had just started, the Occupation of Wall […]