Safety experts in the Netherlands are re-examining bicycle safety based on including ambulance and hospital figures, not only police reports.
A free fare program for pedestrians, bikers and people with disabilities is now open for more days and a longer season
An experimental solar path is generating power for 40 homes as well as a new safe lane for riders.
A coast-to-coast endurance and speed trial for Vespas and their like is underway.
An abandoned rail line is reopening as a bike and hike trail in Limerick
Paris takes the next steps in its goal of reducing gasoline-powered traffic with paid parking and reduced parking spaces.
More space on the train, more parking at the station to serve the growing numbers of bike-to-train commuters and travelers.
Cycling UK has created a 150-mile four-day loop that's almost all off-road.
Two Dutch cities have started the wheel rolling for another shot at hosting the start of France's famous bike race.
Ireland is opening a new 130km path along the banks of the historic Royal Canal for hikers and cyclists.
The Dutch bought over a million new bikes last year, half of them electric.
Inspired by Brussels' cobble-stone streets, the rental company is rolling out a tougher electric scooter.
After years of stalling, Brussels police may finally be ready to use decoys to catch bike thieves.
A French traffic experiment ends after data show it led to more, not fewer accidents
New York starts the new year with the opening of a new network of 750 miles of hike-or-bike trails spanning the state.