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Wet Leaves Make Exciting Slip ‘n Slide on City Streets

By On November 13, 2015

Yesterday I had a meeting about the Hattie McDaniel house, and while we were walking along Cherry to see the house, my friend mentioned a situation she’d been in the day before… Read More

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Don’t be a bike ninja

By On October 19, 2015

Ninja’s are cool. They sneak in, nab their target, and sneak back out before anyone even realizes that they’re there. But when it comes to night riding on your bike, being invisible… Read More

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The ABC’s of Riding to School

By On August 17, 2015

If you’ve been in a Safe Routes to School class, taken the Smart Cycling class offered by the city (previously called Traffic Safety 101), or been to any “bike basics” kind of event, then you’ve… Read More

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Rules of the Road

Crossing a Double Yellow – what every motorist should know

By On August 10, 2015

Most of us have attended some kind of driving school. Either it was part of our high school curriculum or we attended a class on our own dime before getting our drivers… Read More

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When in doubt, act like a car… or a pedestrian… but not both.

By On July 6, 2015

When it comes to the rules of the road, bicycles live in a special hybrid zone that allows them to operate under the rules for cars or under the rules for pedestrians.… Read More

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Skinny Bridge Tactics for Riders/Drivers

By On June 29, 2015

Steven Studt was hit by a dump truck last Friday while crossing over I-25 on Kechter Road. This is a horrifying tragedy and as I write this, Studt is in critical condition at… Read More

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Infrastructure

Harmony & Ziegler – an exploration of four different right hand turn lanes

By On June 1, 2015

Whether you’re a pedestrian, motorist, or cyclist, intersections are the most dangerous places to travel through. So it was no surprise when Katie de la Rosa of the Coloradoan focused on intersections in… Read More