Lately I have been finding a lot of other blogs about biking and walking through daily life. I will set up a blog roll to keep these handy, but today I would like to share a few of my finds here:
Katie, and urban planner and a mom, calls out good and bad pedestrian design when she sees it in her San Diego community, and has a list of pedestrian resources that will keep me reading for weeks.
Dorie writes about using bikes for transportation in San Francisco in a family with two kids where both parents work. I love this post about recovering from getting hit by a car, shere she realizes, “Riding a bicycle isn’t dangerous. What’s dangerous is being around cars. “
Wasteful highway construction projects? Car-free center cities? Every item on the front of this newsy blog interested me. I will be back, and often.
Want to fantasize about what it would be like to ride a bike in a country where the roads are designed for that purpose? Where people have the luxury of suggesting improvements for bike paths that are already totally separate from the street cars use? Then Bicycle Dutch is your blog.