October 27, 2016

Bicycle Oriented Development Plans

It is well understood that rail and light rail are catalysts for new development and that they can pay for themselves by increasing land taxes. The same is true of bike infrastructure. Our Bicycle Oriented Development (BOD) plans identify routes for linear […]
October 27, 2016

blue maps

Great answers begin with great questions. One I like to ask is: Where can governments give free reign to bikes with no objection from voters who drive? The answer to that can be seen in a Blue Map. Cities […]
October 27, 2016

green maps

A great question to ask when looking for answers to the problem of cycling, is “Where can I be on a bike in my city?” Giambattista Nolli’s famous map from 1748 came out of a similar question. He […]
October 25, 2016

Blue Maps

Great answers begin with great questions. One I like to ask is: Where can governments give free reign to bikes with no objection from voters who drive? The answer to that can be seen in a Blue Map. Cities […]
September 11, 2016

Anticipating the next wave of bicycle advocacy.

Cycling was mainstream throughout the industrialised world before WW2, not just in countries like Denmark and the Netherlands. Their rates were undoubtedly higher. Still, cycling would have snowballed in the Anglosphere too, except for one thing. Our countries […]