An assumption exists that improvements in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure will result in decreased carbon dioxide emissions due to decreased driving but not many studies have been conducted to date to confirm this hypothesis, until recently.
GObike Buffalo received more than 85 unclaimed bicycles NFTA-Metro. The donated bicycles will be used for GObike Buffalo’s recycle-a-bicycle classes, an educational program for children of all ages in which students receive a donated bicycle and strip it down, part-by-part, and rebuild it.
Curious about taking your bike on the Amtrak? A recent GObike supporter boarded an Amtrak train from the Buffalo-Depew station, The Lakeshore Limited, and rode it into the heart of New York City, Penn Station. Here's her story.
Proposed autonomous vehicle testing legislation will allow more AVs on the street but it may not set strict enough standards to keep pedestrians and bicyclists safe, according to the League of American Bicyclists.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board (BPAB) meets each month to review thoroughfare plans with proposed pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure improvements from the City of Buffalo Department of Public Works. October updates are included below.
Under the New York State Department of Health's Creating Healthy Schools and Communities grant, GObike Buffalo completed a Seneca Nation Complete Streets Plan for Jimmerstown, New York, outlining measures to calm traffic to create a walkable community.