A conversation with urban anthropologist Adonia Lugo about the lack of diversity in bike advocacy, urban infrastructure, and how laws to prevent crashes can adversely affect communities of color.
How do bike share systems keep two-wheel fleets operable and available when needed? Relying on IT will put these programs at the same risk of sudden obsolescence you worry about when upgrading a phone.
New York debuts its bike-sharing program later this month. Could increased ridership on the city's already-crowded streets result in a big jump in traffic accidents?