bike lanes

There's a national bike shortage as the U.S. embraces cycling during the pandemic. It's good for our health and the environment -- but there are some less obvious benefits too.
Experts call for better city planning that makes cycling and walking easier and safer for people of all ages.
A crash that killed five cyclists in Michigan has activists calling for streets that are safe for everyone.
The so-called Dutch junction is spreading to American cities.
Dense downtowns, public transit and walkable streets attract young residents and have economic, environmental and health benefits.
The historically black church alleges the city is trying to run them out in the wake of gentrification.