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Nashville's busiest bus routes are in line for more frequent service and transit-only lanes under the city's new action plan. Photo: Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County
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Nashville Mayor Megan Barry Just Unveiled Her Blueprint to Fast-Track People-Friendly Streets

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Nashville is known as the home of the country music industry -- and a fast-growing region of car-centric sprawl. But local leaders realize they can't accommodate more growth with an outdated, cars-first approach, so Mayor Megan Barry released an action plan yesterday that lays out an ambitious agenda to improve conditions for walking, bicycling, and transit.
Riders at an adaptive bike clinic hosted last year in Portland to collect input for the Biketown program. Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland

Advocates: Divvy Should Be Expanded to Include Bikes for People With Disabilities

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[The Chicago Reader publishes a weekly transportation column written by Streetsblog Chicago editor John Greenfield. We syndicate the column on Streetsblog after it comes out online.] Although Rudy Winfrey says he’s “blind as a bat,” he regularly experiences the joy of cycling. Winfrey, a 72-year-old clerk with the Chicago Department of Streets & Sanitation, lost his sight […]

Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 24

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Police: Suspect Fleeing Traffic Stop in Greater Grand Crossing Struck Officer, Pedestrian (ABC) Video: A Cyclist Gets Doored by an Uber Passenger on Milwaukee in Wicker Park (Chicagoist) Ex-Chicagoan Dan Savage: Better Transit Could Help Mitigate Seattle Displacement (The Stranger) Active Trans’s Jim Merrell Discusses Upcoming Bike Projects on WTTW The Success of Cleveland’s Health […]