See Alabike bike and motorists tips
See Complete Streets Policy Analysis
See letter from the FWHA letter to ALDOT from June 2009
FHWA - MUTCD Bicycle Facilities - See FHWA's Manual of Uniform Traffic control for Bicycles 2009 edition. It contains everything you want to know about signs and plaques, pavement markings and placement. Plus bicycle detector pavement, obstruction, and shared lane (sharrows) markings.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective BPAC
Why Advocate for Cycling?
What is so dang important about organized Advocacy?
The 2010 edition costs money to download or purchase. However, the Executive Summary can be viewed or downloaded for free. This is the edition that local agencies can adopt as official bicycle parking policy.
There are two editions of the Bicycle Parking Guidelines. The first edition 2002, has some problems; namely that the toaster, wave, comb bike rack illustrations imply they are recommended when they are NOT. The 'X' over the illustrations of each didn't get printed. However, this edition is free and downloadable.
Books and Videos Worth Knowing:
Books that may interest you and their Amazon.com links!
Do you have Open Streets? Open streets initiatives temporarily close streets to automobile traffic, so that people may use them for just about any activity but driving— walking, jogging, bicycling, dancing, and social activities all flourish!
Effective Cycling by John Forester - click here
Bicycle Transportation: A Handbook for Cycling Transportation Engineers by John Forester
Cyclecraft by John Franklin (North American edition. The British version is the basis for their cycling education program) - click here
Bicycling and the Law: Your Rights as a Cyclist by Bob Mionske - click here
Bicycle Accidents: Biomedical, Engineering and Legal Aspects by Broker & Hill - click here
The Art of Urban Cycling by Robert Hurst (no longer in print, has been updated to The Art of Cycling)
Bike Snob: Systematically & Mercilessly Realigning the World of Cycling by BikeSnobNYC - click here
Pedaling Revolution: How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities by Jeff Mapes - click here
Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us) by Tom Vanderbilt - click here
28 Reasons to Ride
In case you don't know already, here they are!
Dangerous by Design 2011
You don't want to be a pedestrian in the Orlando-Kissimmee area in Florida. According to Dangerous By Design 2011, a report published by Transportation for America, it is