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Other bicycling sites to visit...
AWORK IN PROGRESS...
Selected bicycling and bicycle advocacy sites:
- Adventure Cycling
Association: Home page for the ACA, America's national
bicycle touring group.
- Bicycle Federation
of America: National bicycle advocacy group and
sponsor of the Pro-Bike/Pro-Walk Conferences.
- Bicycle Helmet Safety
Institute: THE Resource on bicycle
helmet facts and issues! If webmaster Randy Swart doesn't have
it (or know where to find it), it probably doesn't exist.
A fascinating and exhaustive source of information
about bicycling! Sponsored by the Oak Park Cycle Club and edited
by Steven Olderr.
A great site with slick graphics! It features a growing
collection of bicycle maps in the Greater Philadelphia region
and Bike-on-Transit Maps Nationwide!
- Bicycle News Agency:
Global bicycle advocacy news from professional journalists.
This is a REAL news agency!
- British Columbia Cycing
Coalition: A new group starting up in B.C. We
expect to see great things from them!
Online: Jack Taylor's site is truly awesome and
a monumental piece of work of use for ALL bike advocates. Check
in Canberra: Want to know what's going on in Australia's
Capitol City? Here's the place!
- Earth Force:
A great kid-oriented site for young folks who want to make
- International Bicycle
Fund: The page for David Mozer's
IBF organization. Among other things, he runs bike tours in Africa
and publishes a variety of useful materials.
Online: A car-free site with lots of alternative
transportation and urban planning info. Also great cartoons!
Based in Toronto...
League of American
Bicyclists: The home page of the LAW/LAB, America's
national advocacy- and club-oriented cycling group.
Homepage: Excellent bike advocacy resource, particularly
aimed at the Northwest US region.
- Ontario Coalition
for Better Cycling: A very extensive "vehicular
cycling"-oriented site with an alternative view on helmets.
Bicycle Club: Hot stuff from an
active club in Canada's capitol city!
Power ACT: The advocacy source for Canberra, Australia.
Pedestrian/Bikeways Committee: Kern Trembath's Notre
Dame, Indiana connection, including info from the Indiana Bicycle
Power Home Page: From the very active Santa Cruz
organization of the same name.
- Quick Release:
The online newsletter of the Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition,
hosts of Pro-Bike/Pro-Walk '98!
Conservancy: THE organization for those interested
in rail trails and all aspects of their design, planning, and
- Ride and
Roll Safely: Excellent source of safety materials and
education program materials.
of Cycling: Check out what the Exploratorium of
San Francisco has put together on bicycling. Great stuff, whether
you're young or old or in between!
Youth Bicycle Education Network: THE national
organization for folks teaching hands-on cycling, especially
programs oriented to inner city kids!
Bicycle program sites:
- Minnesota Community
Bike Safety Project: Home of the well-known Pedal Power
Camps and 4-H Minnesota's bike program
DOT Bicycle Program: Contact information for the
MNDOT bike folks, along with some of their most popular facility
online bike and pedestrian plan, "TOWARD A
WALKABLE, BIKEABLE, MORE LIVABLE NASHVILLE" includes, in
addition to the plan, an extensive list of references and websites.
Published Aug. 1998
own state bicycle/pedestrian program can give you
info on clubs, shops, rail trails, traffic laws, and more.
Important transportation, land use, and environmental sites:
- 1000 Friends of
Oregon: The site for the LUTRAQ (Land Use Transportation
Air Quality) project. Lots of material available, including downloadable
versions of some of their reports.
Famous new urbanist architectural firm's website contains
examples of their work, an extensive bibliography, and links
to other sites.
Very interesting site on land use/transportation issues with
links to a wide variety of environmental and government-related
Net: the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality's
extensive site on the National Environmental Policy Act. Also,
take a look at EPA's Draft
Guidance on Environmental Justice.
- Local Government
Commission: Great source on community
building issues. Sponsors of the Putting Our Communities Back
On Their Feet conferences and publishers of many useful resources.
Policy Project: These folks are the ones to contact
if you have any questions about ISTEA and the reauthorization.
Lots of horsepower!
- TLC Net: The
home page of the Transportation for Livable Communities NETwork.
Good stuff with a land use/transportation link view of the world.
Check out their mailing lists too...
Campaign: If you're in New York, New Jersey, or
Connecticut, and you care about non-motorized transportation
issues, you MUST contact the TSTC!
Transportation Policy Institute: Todd Litman's group
is THE place to go for information on the external costs of the
different transportation modes.
"Mainstream" transportation sites:
- U.S. Dept. of Transportation
Bureau of Transportation
Access: where to go to search the
Fed'l Register, Code of Fed'l Regulations, etc.
Institute for Transport
Institute for Transportation
Research and Education
Personal Transportation Survey: The home page of
the agency in charge of producing studies of transportation in
of Transportation Engineers
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