In-The-News

May 10, 2018

National bike month ramps up biking enthusiasm in Buffalo

It's Bike Month, and GObike Buffalo is on a mission to make the Queen City more bike and pedestrian friendly and promote safety.

April 30, 2018

Editorial: GObike rides into Buffalo's past and present

GObike Buffalo and some of its SkyRide community partners — including Restore Our Community Coalition, Grant Amherst Business Association, Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor and Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy — had the …

April 27, 2018

SkyRide features expanded route winding through Olmsted parks

We're biking the highways. Here's why.

April 18, 2018

Reactions of dismay, delight as state begins work on West River Parkway trail

Despite continued protest from some Grand Island residents, construction on the West River Parkway trail begins this week. In the future, this 8-mile road will offer bicyclists, pedestrians and outdoor enthusiasts with a safer route across the island, linking Buckhorn State Park to Beaver …

April 12, 2018

SkyRide launch party is Saturday at Flying Bison

Kickoff the start of Western New York's outdoor bicycling season with a party Saturday to celebrate the upcoming SkyRide.

April 10, 2018

The City will release conceptual designs of Erie-Shelton Square Greenway Project

The City of Buffalo, Empire State Development and BUDC are moving forward with projects outlined in a 2015 redevelopment plan for Downtown public spaces. They will be presenting conceptual designs for the Erie/Shelton Square area at a public meeting on April 19. We are excited to see how they plan …

April 1, 2018

Gotta Bike? GO Bike Buffalo!

Justin Booth talks about the origins and growth of GObike, and why he loves to #BikeBFLO.

March 25, 2018

New bike amenities on Medical Campus aim to lure more riders

Bicycle-friendly improvements, coming soon to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus!

February 28, 2018

Ice rinks? Aquatic centers? Nope. Residents want trails.

City and county planners and consultants are seeing a shift in public interest from sports complexes and indoor recreation centers to trails and greenways. We've been saying it for years, but it's great to see data that supports us! Western New Yorkers want more and better opportunities to get …

January 10, 2018

Buffalo Advocates Convince New York DOT to Rethink a Half-Baked Highway Removal

The state had pushed a "boulevard" design that was too much like the highway it was supposed to replace.

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