Monthly Archives: December 2010

Additional FAQ’s for the League’s Election Process

Some FAQ’s inconveniently left off the League’s list. Disclaimer: these are my comments. The League HQ had nothing to do with them. Were members meaningfully consulted on the expansion of the Board to 15 members, or the change from regional … Continue reading

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Bill Hoffman resigns from LAB Board

This is more bad news for the League of American Bicyclists. I’m sorry Bill will resign at the end of his current term and and has withdrawn from the elections. His letter, of which I’ve only snipped some short excerpts … Continue reading

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Cycle Track Hazards — There’s Better Alternatives

I’m often asked, “How do you know that cycle tracks and bike lanes are dangerous?  Are there studies that show this? The answer is “Absolutely yes, but the proponents of these facilities ignore the studies.”

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