Bicycling for Louisville

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...

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...

Public comment period for Move Louisville ends July 5! Help stand...

After a couple of extensions, the official public comment period for the draft Move Louisville plan ends on Tuesday, July 5. Move Louisville will...

Taking stock of National Bike Everywhere Month in Louisville on the...

We're entering the final stretch of National Bike Everywhere Month, and May's signature event is upon us tomorrow, Friday, May 20: National Bike to...

Steeped in cycling history, Wayside Park will host 300 free bike...

While we all love the Kentucky Derby, getting there is usually a challenge. That's because Louisville isn't exactly set up to efficiently handle large...

Louisville lacks a meaningful way to build complete streets that benefit...

Below are two roads—both 60 feet wide. The top design does one thing incredibly well: it moves cars efficiently in a straight line. The next one,...

Chart of the Day: Watch Louisville’s urban bike network grow over...

Until now, Louisville's Urban Bike Network (UBN) meant more on paper than on pavement—but that's changing fast. "The bike lanes in town didn't make up...

Protected bike lanes and transit can work together to form safer...

Because protected bike lanes can make it comfortable for almost anyone in a city to ride a bike to a good transit station, they're...

#YearOfTheStreet: Bicycling for Louisville to focus on streets advocacy, two-way conversions...

Bicycling for Louisville (B4L) knows that great streets benefit everyone, not just those, well, bicycling around town. To help promote the idea, the group...