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January 21, 2020

Where the Sidewalk Divides: Should Bikes be on Sidewalks?

We were absolutely thrilled to see two letters to the editor in the Buffalo News recently focusing on a topic so near and dear to our hearts at GObike—sidewalks, who they are for, and whether bicycles should be ridden on them. ’Tis a contested topic indeed and one where you can …

January 21, 2020

Do WNY's International Bridges Support Bikes?

Last year, after a $100 million rehabilitation project, the Peace Bridge in Buffalo, NY, re-opened with a new bicycle and pedestrian path which provided physical separation from cars and semi-trucks to allow safe crossing for standard bicycles. How bicycle-accessible are the …

January 10, 2020

Pedestrian Deaths Are No Accident

As pedestrian deaths continue to rise across the country, a new cadre of professionals is taking notice—traffic engineers. A recent article from National Society of Professional Engineers (NPSE) outlines the commitment traffic engineers are making to addressing current street design …

January 7, 2020

Biking in Paris Up 54% in Past Year

Outspoken environmentalist. Hysteric. Courageous. Paris’ Mayor Anne Hidalgo has been called many names due to her mission to reduce the ill-effects of climate change and car-centered design in her city. But the proof is in the pudding—bike ridership is up, car ownership is down and …

Cyclist-of-the-month

January 27, 2020

Brittany Perez: Director of Outreach and Engagement at the IDEA Center

Brittany Perez is the Director for Outreach and Engagement at UB’s Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDEA Center), a globally recognized organization committed to creating and implementing inclusive design policies, practices, environments, and products. The group …

November 11, 2019

Stephanie Barber-Geter: Restore Our Community Coalition and Hamlin Park Taxpayers' Association

With a critical meeting coming up this Wednesday, November 13, from 6 to 8 pm at the Buffalo Museum of Science, we talked to the Chair of ROCC, Stephanie Barber-Geter, about how she got her start in organizing, the Restore Our Community Coalition, and one road. 

June 14, 2019

Marc Moscato: Buffalo Bike Tours

A historian, educator and ukulele player, Marc Moscato's Buffalo Bike Tours provide a biking experience as unique as the city itself. Visit Buffalo Bike Tours for more information and to register for a ride. 

February 4, 2019

Jalonda Hill: Colored Girls Bike Too

Jalonda Hill is the founder of Colored Girls Bike Too, an all-weather bicycle commuter, and a bicycle advocate. She was nominated for GObike's 2018 Cyclist of the Year.

In-The-News

September 23, 2019

Another Voice: Need for speed is not top priority on Scajaquada Corridor

No matter where you sit on the issue, we can all agree: The current Scajaquada Corridor design is untenable. Printed in the Buffalo News on September 21, 2019. 

August 6, 2019

$400,000 in Grant Money Given to Revitalize Grant Street

In WKBW on July 17, 2019

August 6, 2019

East Side Brewery & Bar Bike Tour Set for Saturday

In Buffalo Rising on August 6, 2019.