New Methods Sought for Bike Counts

By Charles Pekow Let’s face it: planners just don’t know enough about how many bicyclists and pedestrians are using the roads. Transportation officials have long used established methods to count motorists but the data on non-motorized users aren’t good enough to plan rationally. Or so determined the Transportation Research Board (TRB), which is planning to […]

News from Bike Utah

Winter is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean that Bike Utah isn’t hard at work preparing for 2012. The Utah Bike Summit planning committee is hard at work planning for the annual spring conference. We are excited to build off of last year’s success. The State of the Bike reports were a great […]