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  • Leaders

  • Bike Advocacy Evolves

    Transcript: bit.ly/3OmdSnE 0:29 https://on.soundcloud.com/xwxnT Money Talks: Truck sideguards are proven to save lives; the League of American Bicyclists’ Deputy Executive Director Caron Whitaker tells cohost Taylor Nichols how the USDOT chose the trucking industry over lives.  10:33 https://on.soundcloud.com/Le7gy Advocacy Roots: A recent Bike Talk forum covered the past, present, and future of Bike Advocacy in…

  • Lives Above All

    IntroBike Month happenings with Detroit Motown Trailblazers Founder Reo Ramsay, Los Angeles CicLAvia Executive Director Romel Pascual, and Berkshire Bike Path Council President Marjorie Cohan. With cohosts Seamus Garrity, Nick Richert, and Taylor Nichols. 18:10 on.soundcloud.com/xWmMoLife or Liberty: AB 645 would install speed cameras in California cities, including San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mobility advocates…

  • Car Donation Promo for Kpfk

    5:13 on.soundcloud.com/mJcC1Bike Wars: Seamus Garrity interviews Streetsblog LA Editor Joe Linton and Streets For All Founder Michael Schneider on Los Angeles’s misleading claims about its progress towards Mobility Plan 2035, and the ballot measure that would force the city to implement its plan. la.streetsblog.org/2023/04/13/asto…-mobility-plan/ 22:26 on.soundcloud.com/Kj2sxDriver Lobby: Toronto Star Journalist Matt Elliot counters anti-bike bad faith arguments with…

  • Inspire

    STARTSchool Bus: a bike bus run by P.E. teacher Sam Balto in Portland, OR has been emulated and celebrated in social media. Interviews with Bus volunteers and Portland Bike Loud members Cathy Tuttle and Paul Buchanan. 10:51 on.soundcloud.com/f3CCjThe Oven Is Open: after years of hanging on by a thread, the Bicycle Oven collective of Northeast…

  • Parallel_politics

    STARTOur Champions: an Assemblymember from urban Los Angeles and a Representative of a primarily small-town Massachusetts district are fighting for safe streets and biking in similar ways. California’s 43rd Assemblymember and Transportation Committee Chair Laura Friedman wrote the revolutionary legislation that ended parking minimums near transit in the state of Califlornia. If that weren’t enough,…

  • Were on a Roll

    STARTStay Car Free: San Francisco will vote on whether to keep JFK Drive car free November 8th. Stacey Randecker interviews Prop J organizer Zachary Lipton.sf.streetsblog.org/2022/08/30/save…-n-and-no-on-i/ 2:05In Closing: Los Angeles Councilmember Mike Bonin has been a friend to Los Angeles bikes and pedestrians. Bonin fought two recall efforts, one of which was over traffic calming he…

  • Scott Epstein for La Cd5 From a Northampton Point of View

    Scott Epstein is an active transportation progressive running for the powerful position of Council District 5 representative in Los Angeles. In this interview with Bike Talk cohost Taylor Nichols, Scott lays out his priorities: ending homelessness, addressing the Los Angeles housing/affordability crisis, and taking local action on climate change. Epstein is able to connect all…

  • Protected Lanes 1

    Sunset 4 All is crowdfunding a protected bike lane design for Sunset Boulevard, with traffic engineer Rock Miller doing the design for free.https://www.sunset4all.com/https://twitter.com/rockmillerRock talks with Jonathan Maus, who’s seen the evolution of Portland as a bike friendly city over the past two decades in his role as the editor and founder of Bike Portland.https://bikeportland.org/https://twitter.com/Jonathan_MausWith an…