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Are you ready for the LouVelo bike share launch next month?

It's finally happening! Louisville's long-awaited bike share program now has a name, sponsors, and a launch date. Mayor Greg Fischer, Bike Louisville's Rolf Eisinger,...

Four ways you can help improve biking in Louisville right now

Bike Louisville, the city's agency covering bikes and pedestrians, is hoping 2017 will shape up to be a big year for biking in the...

Louisville becoming a more bike friendly city, but has room for...

(Editor’s Note: As you’ve likely noticed, Broken Sidewalk has been sidelined for several months. Last Spring, I was diagnosed with Leukemia and immediately went...

Louisville’s bike share system delayed another year till 2017

Louisville will have to wait another year for its planned bike share system. While the city's bike and pedestrian department, Bike Louisville, continues to...

Sign of the Times: Why variances and waivers aren’t the right...

A request for a signage variance at a gas station sandwiched between Old Louisville and Shelby Park raises a few important questions about how...

Learn about the Lost Houses of Louisville at one of its...

While Louisville is known as a great place in which to live, and there are many nice houses in the metro area, the city...

Learning from three decades of demolition at Spalding University

This week, the clock began ticking on a 30-day waiting period before Spalding University can demolish the former Puritan Uniform Rental complex at West...

Action Alert! Deadline Tuesday, July 5 to submit comments to Move...

Ever since the draft Move Louisville plan was unveiled in April, the city has been collecting public input about the goals, priority projects, and...

Urban Ecosystems: Why there’s probably a raccoon living on your block

Cities are their own manmade ecosystems, and they're teeming with wildlife. One animal particularly fit for the challenges of urban life is the raccoon, and...