Doug Parrow, featured here in a story about touring the Tour de France, was a long time advocate and Board Member of the BTA and and Salem Bike Club. But he's mostly retired from those roles - so he can enjoy things like making sure the bottles of wine were empty!
some historic sites. Lincoln itself had an important role in farming and transportation. It's lovely close-in biking.
|Wineries and Vineyards near Zena|
A better solution might be slower speeds. If visibility, especially on corners, doesn't provide enough stopping or slowing distance, then speeds are too high.
a good story on how making it easy for people to bike, bus, and walk makes it easy for people to drive - and investing in biking "and the like" is a whole lot cheaper than new highway construction. The amount of the Federal Highway funds that actually goes to bikey things is very small; even if we assumed for a moment that 100% was truly wasted, as a total proportion of the highway fund that's not actually important.
|Transportation Alternatives = 2% in MAP-21|
A much larger source of waste is highway expansion itself! Shifting to a "fix it first" policy would do much.
Iowa DOT Chief: The system is going to shrink http://t.co/uF8NiUFxp9— Strong Towns (@StrongTowns) July 6, 2015