Thursday, January 15, 2015
We’ve updated our library of protected bike lane stats
Here on the Green Lane Project blog, we try to combine anecdotes with data — like the story of a San Francisco bookseller who removed auto parking in front of his store because he realized, intuitively, that occupied bike parking is three times more profitable per square foot than occupied car parking. Or the Atlanta advocate who rarely gets people under 30 to come to her bike education classes because it turns out that most growth in biking is coming from people older than 40. Read more.