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Life is cheap in Toronto, where an Uber driver faces a maximum ,000 fine in the death of a bike rider.

London continues to show the US how it’s done, with plans to pedestrianize half the streets in the historic city core, while reducing speeds to 15 mph and expanding protected bike lanes and the city’s cycle superhighways.

Bicycles are changing the way people in New Orleans get around, as the city has worked to build out an effective bike network. A “lifelong, avid cyclist” says the new bike lanes in Victoria, British Columbia are nothing more than an expensive vanity project that inconveniences motorists, while sitting empty most of the day.

Lloyd Alter says what we really need is safe infrastructure, not a bunch of bike helmet scolds.

A Redlands paper looks at the projects which would be lost if Prop 6 passes and the gas tax increase is repealed.

Over 200 bike riders turned out for the annual Victor Valley Bicycle Tour.

The rebuilt Broadway corridor Complete Streets project in Long Beach should be finished by the end of the year.

The Orange County Transportation Authority has received a ,000 grant to provide bicycle-skills training and bike and pedestrian safety.

In a pilot project, San Francisco will install a new protected bike lane on dangerous Valencia Street next year, as quickly as possible using existing materials; the idea is to speed up implementation of Vision Zero projects.

All I see is someone who doesn’t seem to understand what he’s writing about, and apparently doesn’t care enough to ask anyone. Megan Lynch forwards a reminder that there are many kinds of distracted driving. explains the meaning of every proposition on the November 6th ballot.

Los Angeles Walks invites you to honor the victims of traffic violence at the LA observance of the International World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday, November 18th at Los Angeles State Historic Park.

On the other hand, new protected bike lanes on the Embarcadero appear to be on the slow track.

offers a roundup of what Bay Area advocacy groups have to say on Props 6 and 10, as well as local propositions.

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