Posts tagged with "Atlanta Bicycle Coalition"

Kirkwood wins award for bike-friendly neighborhood

Posted by Dena Mellick February 16, 2016

The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition (ABC) has honored Kirkwood with an award for being a bike-friendly neighborhood. The award was presented during a ceremony on Feb. 12. ABC said Kirkwood received a “Blinkie” award “for building bicycle amenities that support people biking and the local business district.” ABC highlighted the work of resident Carl Holt saying, […]

Bike lane projects planned in Midtown

Posted by September 30, 2014

This story has been updated.¬† By Kim Hutcherson, contributor Construction is set to begin on a series of “high priority” bike lane projects that will change Midtown commutes for cyclists and drivers alike. Dedicated bicycle lanes will be built or expanded along 5th Street, West Peachtree Street and parts of Peachtree Street south of the […]

Sunday Morning Meditation – The law and cycling

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 15, 2014

Gregory Germani remains in critical condition at Grady Hospital, the victim of what Atlanta Police are calling an aggravated assault. That charge has puzzled outraged cyclists. Cycling advocates also say there’s a frustrating lack of information about incidents involving cyclists in Atlanta. On June 9, Germani, 50, was riding his bicycle in Atlanta’s Piedmont Heights¬†community […]

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