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Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee News for June 2015

Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee News for June 2015

By Ian Scharine Despite May’s wet weather, the many Bike Month activities have kept the committee busy in virtually every corner of the County! Beginning with the SLCBAC group ride…

Equity in Bicycle Planning

By Charles Pekow Equity: the issue of our day. Public debate focuses on equity in income, equity among genders, equality under the law, in access to higher education, you name…

Bicycle Collective News for June 2015

By Davey Davis It’s springtime at the Bicycle Collective, and we’re happy to report that all shops are humming along! Salt Lake Our new apprenticeship program has kicked off nicely since…

SLCBAC Elects New Chairperson

SLCBAC Elects New Chairperson

By Ian Scharine Shifting gears and history is made: Due to foreseen circumstances, the Chair of the Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee stepped down on Wednesday, April 1 as…

Boise Now Second in Nation for Bike Friendly Businesses; Utah Adds 7 New Awards

Boise Now Second in Nation for Bike Friendly Businesses; Utah Adds 7 New Awards

By Charles Pekow If not for an amazing push in Fort Collins, CO, Boise, ID could lay a claim to the title of the most bicycle friendly community in America.…

Carlton Reid, Author of “The Roads Were Not Built for Cars”, to Speak in Salt Lake City on June 20, 2015

Carlton Reid, Author of “The Roads Were Not Built for Cars”, to Speak in Salt Lake City on June 20, 2015

June 16, 2015 – Carlton Reid, the author of the book “The Roads Were Not Built for Cars”, will be speaking in Salt Lake City on Saturday June 20, 2o15.…

Salt Lake City Prepares to Regulate Pedicabs

Salt Lake City Prepares to Regulate Pedicabs

June 15, 2015 – Salt Lake City is working on a new ordinance to regulate pedicabs – human or electric assisted bicycle taxis. The ordinance proposes to regulate how and…

Salt Lake City Retains Silver Bike Friendly Ranking; Boise Debuts in Silver

Salt Lake City Retains Silver Bike Friendly Ranking; Boise Debuts in Silver

June 10, 2015 – The League of American Bicyclists today announced the latest round of Bike Friendly City (BFC) designations. Salt Lake City, Utah renewed their Silver Level award, first…

Bike Utah News for May 2015

Bike Utah News for May 2015

Click here for a complete  2015 Utah Bike Summit Photo Gallery By Phil Sarnoff Another great Utah Bike Summit is in the books. More than 285 bicyclists, advocates, planners, engineers, and…

GreenBike Adds 5 New Stations in Salt Lake City

GreenBike Adds 5 New Stations in Salt Lake City

June 2, 2015 – GreenBike, Salt Lake City’s bike share program, today announced five new stations and 55 new bikes. The program, launched in April 2013, now has 25 stations…