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Convenience or Chaos? The Rise of Dockless Bike-Sharing

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...2014, Mobike and Ofo, the two biggest dockless bike-sharing services in China, as well as countless similar companies, became widespread in major Chinese cities like Beijing and Shanghai. After fierce...


Are Bike Lanes Good for Small Business?

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...Business Improvement Association in Vancouver was initially opposed to the addition of bike lanes on downtown streets. But after surveying their customers, they soon realized that most shoppers weren’t arriving...


e-Bikes: Danger or Game-Changer?

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...two different classes of e-bikes: The motor can provide full power to the bike, making it a fully motorized vehicle, much like a moped. These are often referred to as...


Should Bike Lanes have Warning Lights?

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...A partnership between Safer Roads Ottawa and the local police service has led to the creation of a “cyclist detection system” for a major bike lane in Canada’s capital...


Does dockless bike share work?

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...In late January 2018, a new bike-share program will be hitting the streets of Canada’s most bike friendly city, Vancouver. The current bike-share program in the city is called...


Bike to Work Week: Why We Ride

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...Natalia Mulekova, Architect, Vancouver It has become a habit for me to bike to work year-round. Over the years, I liked it so much that I started looking for...


Is Vancouver Ready to Grow from Laneways to Living Lanes?

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...Pro Walk, Pro Bike, Pro Place conference and Placemaking Week was a great inspiration. Our lanes and alleys are far from perfect today. Livability doesn’t stop at the curb. Let’s...


Self-Driving Cars: All that Glitters is not Gold

https: / / / ibi-ideas / self-driving-cars-all-that-glitters-is-not-gold squeeze more vehicles into each drive lane and narrow these lanes from a now-typical 11 – 12 feet (3.3 – 3.65 meters), to about 10 feet (3.0 meters) or...


Innovations for Winter Cities

https: / / / ibi-ideas / innovations-winter-cities mind. For example, thinking about the winter use of cycle tracks and bike lanes can create a cycling culture that lasts year round, as we are seeing in Edmonton,...


DBIA recognizes SR-520 Evergreen Point Floating Bridge

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...the longest floating bridge in the world, carrying four lanes of traffic along the SR-520. It is complete with HOV lanes, bike lanes, full shoulders and a pedestrian path. The...
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