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James Corner Field Operations unveil plans for new Underline rail park in Miami

James Corner Field Operations unveil plans for new Underline rail park in Miami

JCFO beat out 19 other firms in a competition to master plan the Underline earlier this year. The landscape architects are working together with the nonprofit group Friends of The Underline and the

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Foster + Partners’ 250 City Road Towers have bike parking spaces for every apartment

Foster + Partners’ 250 City Road Towers have bike parking spaces for every apartment

Foster + Partners' twin-towered residential development in London features once bike parking space per bedroom (1,486 in total), bike lifts and workshops, but only 200 car parking spaces. The towers are

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Foster and Partners Unveil Updated Bike-Friendly Plan for Apple’s Cupertino Headquarters

Foster and Partners Unveil Updated Bike-Friendly Plan for Apple’s Cupertino Headquarters

Foster and Partners updated their plans for Apple's Cupertino campus with pedestrian paths that give walkers access to more natural light and an enhanced planted landscape along the Creek Trail. Green

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A Pair Travels from NYC to San Francisco by Electric Bike to Educate Americans on Green Transportation

A Pair Travels from NYC to San Francisco by Electric Bike to Educate Americans on Green Transportation

Boris Mordkovich and Anna Mostovetsky thrive on adventure and share an enduring passion for the environment, so when Boris and his brother, Yevgeniy started EVELO, an electric bike company in New York,

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French Cyclists Win the Right to Run Red Traffic Lights

French Cyclists Win the Right to Run Red Traffic Lights

While the vast majority of cyclists must adhere the same traffic laws as all other vehicles, and in some cases absurd bike-specific laws, bicycle activists in France have successfully campaigned for the

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A New “Metro” for Bikes in Los Angeles

A New “Metro” for Bikes in Los Angeles

Riding a Bike in Los Angeles is currently a dangerous proposition - there's too many cars and too few bike lanes. The LA Bike Working Group Backbone Bikeway Network(s) is taking the city to task on

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