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Carlsbad’s Pilot Projects, Bryan Jones

His business card reads, “Deputy Director, City Traffic Engineer”; meet Bryan Jones from the City of Carlsbad, CA. He’s a fellow bike rider – we ride the same brand. He’s a great coach, after only an hour together and I am learning how to be a more effective advocate. He’s practiced – he’s done all […]

Samantha Ollinger, bikeSD.org

San Diego has a great climate, but what’s it like for riding a bike? Last week I decided to find out for myself, so I packed the family and the fold-up bikes onto Amtrak for a 4-day visit. I wasn’t there long when Jeff Miller of the Alliance for Walking and Biking called, “Would you […]

A Walkability Audit with Dan Burden

Ever been on a Walkability Audit? Neither had I, but when it was suggested that would be a good time to meet Dan Burden, I couldn’t resist. And San Diego is a lot closer than Port Townsend, WA — his home base. You may recognize Dan from his prominent role in Road Diet, the Streetfilms […]

Visit Your Mother

There’s so much you can do on your bike: Go for coffee Buy groceries Ride to school Commute to work Visit your mother It was my best offer — I would join my sister who was visiting from Portland and go see my mother in San Diego. It was my birthday and I had few […]