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Philly’s 2-Way Protected Bike Lanes Are Getting Closer to Center City

Philly’s getting another two-way protected bike lane, and this time it’ll be located a little closer to the heart of the city. The project will […]


What to Know About the Spruce and Pine Street Bike Lane Revamp

The city has begun its highly anticipated revamp of the Spruce and Pine street bike lanes. The project will, among other things, switch the road’s two bike […]


Dockless Bikes (And More Electric Bikes) Are Coming to Philly

Dockless bikes are coming to Philly — temporarily, at least. Philly is moving forward with plans for a dockless bike share pilot program later this […]

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8 Bike Shops in Philadelphia Where You Can Buy Gear, Get Repairs, and Take Classes

It’s been said time and time again that Philly is an ultra bike-friendly city. You’ve seen the proof: On your commute, you’ll likely pass dozens […]

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Trash Truck Driver Charged With Vehicular Homicide in Center City Cyclist’s Death

The District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday announced criminal charges against the driver of the garbage truck that struck and killed 24-year-old bicyclist Emily Fredricks in Center City […]


PPA Is Doling Out More Tickets to Cars Parked in Bike Lanes

Good news for cyclists (and bad news for drivers who block their paths): Tickets for vehicles obstructing bike lanes are continuing to rise. According to data supplied […]


We Test-Rode Indego’s New Electric Bikes Through Philly

One of the first things I learned about Indego’s brand-new electric bikes is that they come with three modes: boost, sport and turbo. Boost, so smooth […]


Are Philly Streets Any Safer After a Year of Vision Zero? We Look at the Report.

It’s been one year since the city launched Vision Zero, its plan to completely eliminate traffic fatalities by 2030. Official released on Friday morning a […]

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5 Takeaways From Philly’s New Anti-Congestion, Pro-Transit Plan

The city just revealed its first ever “strategic” transportation plan — a lengthy report that includes recommendations for increasing safety and efficiency on Philly’s streets, at a time when […]

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Philly Is About to Get More Bike Friendly

Market Street could soon get more protected bike lanes — and this time, they’d be permanent. Philadelphia has secured a $3 million state grant for a major transportation […]

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$6 Million Settlement Reached in Death of Bicyclist Struck by Trash Truck

The family of Emily Fredricks, a 24-year-old pastry chef and bicyclist who was struck and killed by a private trash truck during her morning commute this […]

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PHOTOS: Philly Cyclists Brave Rain for Annual Naked Bike Ride

This weekend’s breezy, rainy weather didn’t stop hundreds of cyclists from baring it all at the Philly Naked Bike Ride on Saturday. The 10th annual body-positive […]

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No Charges in Collision That Killed 11-Year-Old in South Philly

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has decided not to press charges against the driver who fatally collided with an 11-year-old bicyclist in South Philadelphia in May. […]

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Bike Lane Revamp for Spruce and Pine Streets Delayed Until Spring

The highly anticipated revamp of the bike lanes on Spruce and Pine streets has been delayed until the spring. Some background: The bike lanes, which provide […]


Hundreds Brave Rain for “Ride of Silence” to Honor Cyclists Killed in Accidents

Wednesday’s showers didn’t stop hundreds of cyclists from attending the annual “Ride of Silence” to honor those who have lost their lives to motor vehicle […]