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This newsletter will periodically provide news updates from various bicycle advocacy organizations along with occasional personal opinions about the state of bicycle infrastructure and safety in the US.

Love To Ride   Amer Bicyclist on   2/4/2023

More Handlebars - Less Cars

According to the article, 50% of car trips are under 3 miles.  These trips can easily be made by bicycle.

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New US Bike Lanes   People for Bikes on   1/27/2023

Many US Cities built world-class bicycle facilities in 2022.

According to the article, many more protected bike lanes and low-stress bike networks were built across the country in 2022.  Nine projects are highlighted in the article.

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In April 2022, New York City announced plans to make the 34th Avenue Open Street permanent. (Photo Credit: John Surico) Photo from People for Bikes Article. 

E-Bike Incentives   CalBike on   2/1/2023

California Air Resources Board (CARB)has a new E-Bike Purchase Incentive plan

According to the article, the $10 million program provides vouchers to California residents to help them afford an e-bike. 

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California Bicycle Coalition Photo - photographer unknown

Complete Streets Policies   WI Bike Fed on   1/1/2023

Wisconsin repealed its complete streets policy.

According to the article, in 2009, Wisconsin became the 19th state in the country to adopt a statewide Complete Streets Policy.  In July of 2015, Chapter Trans 75 was removed from the state registry.

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