June 20, 2018
by Kevin Dekkinga
Perhaps no new technology is more hotly debated in transportation circles than autonomous vehicles. Whether you envision a near future of 100% legally-compliant, error-free driving or a dystopia of distant commutes and no place for bikes, autonomous vehicles are coming. In several places, they’re already here!
June 19, 2018
by Ken McLeod
Later this week, I will be presenting on a webinar hosted by the APHA, “Resources to Improve Health and Promote Active Transportation”
June 14, 2018
by League Staff
42,931 people participated in the first month of the National Bike Challenge and logged more than 7.7 million miles!
June 12, 2018
by Kathleen Stephens
I was an American diplomat for thirty-six years, living and working on three continents. I’ve been an American cyclist for much longer than that. I still commute to school every day by bicycle, this time to my office at Stanford University.
June 8, 2018
by Caron Whitaker
Three things that happened in Washington in May: 1. The Senate is pushing to get their Automated Vehicle Legislation passed. The League has been advocating for the bill to require automated vehicles to pass a “vision test” before they hit the market.