March 2011, Sue Knaup, Executive Director, One Street
Report Written by John Pucher, Ralph Buhler
The New York City bicycle improvements have been catching a lot of heat lately. Fortunately, a lot of supporters are stepping forward as well. But such street improvements are only a small part of what it takes to make a city into a place where everyone wants to ride a bike. This latest paper from John Pucher and Ralph Buehler sheds intriguing light on some of the other elements needed for New York City to truly take the stage as a bicycle city star: Analysis of Bicycling Trends and Policies in Large North American Cities: Lessons for New York.
Source: OneStreet Newsletter, March 2011
Analysis of Bicycling Trends and Policies in Large North American Cities: Lessons for New York, John Pucher, Ralph Buhler