The commission only asks that planners rethink a few things.
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Officials want the $1.34 million plan implemented in time for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships.
City Council unanimously voted on a resolution that means the City is now obligated to consider bicyclists and pedestrians in future projects.
With the collegiate cycling races under our belts, what can we expect in the lead up to 2015?
City Council passed an ordinance on Monday that changes where (and for how long) you can lock your bike to City property. Here’s what you need to know.
Bicycle and moped owners! Do NOT lock your bikes and mopeds to city-owned trees! A look at the legislation passed by City Council last night.
After passing the Senate last month, a bill that aimed to protect cyclists failed to pass the House Transportation Committee.
Pushing for Richmond to become more bike-friendly? Your efforts are not in vain, as a national bicycle-related organization has just recognized #RVA.
Not only is May Bike Month, but one local bicycle shop is trying to redefine how we think about riding and even buying our bikes. They even offer beer and coffee! Meet the new bike shop for the 21st Century.
May is Bike Month, and to commemorate it Mayor Jones is encouraging Richmonders to bike to work. He and the city’s first-ever bike coordinator, Jakob Helmboldt, have announced a Bicycle Commuter Challenge. New and experienced cyclists are encouraged to bike to and from work. Simply report the days that you commute via bike at the end […]