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December 9, 2018

A Diet Considered for Sheridan Drive

The Town of Tonawanda is considering a road diet for Sheridan Drive to create safer access for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders. 

December 6, 2018

GObike Buffalo Annual Report 2018

GObike Buffalo is working to build a thriving, dynamic and connected Buffalo by promoting biking, alternative transportation options, and improved streetscapes to create positive impacts on health, our environment, our streets and the overall quality of life for all residents. To highlight our …

November 25, 2018

Montreal Moves a Highway to Make Room for People to Connect

Montreal has removed their divisive elevated urban highway to connect community and create a space for people—why can't Buffalo?

November 25, 2018

Bicycle Found to be Faster than Car and Scooter

A food delivery app found the average trip time is faster for a bicycle than cars and scooters in cities and villages based on data from millions of journeys in 13 countries. 

Cyclist-of-the-month

November 28, 2018

Anthony Brown, Miro Rakic, Deacon Newhouse: The Great Winter Get Out

Anthony Brown, Miro Rakic, and Deacon Newhouse took the top rankings for the Campus Cycling Collective's Great Winter Get Out last winter. Though they braved the elements to rack up the points that secured their victory, they all commute via bicycle in the winter.

April 20, 2017

Jim Jones, Town of Tonawanda Engineer

Our cyclist of the month is Jim Jones, Engineer for Town of Tonawanda and complete streets advocate. This month's submission is by Rebecca Riley, fellow cyclist and author of Imaginomix, a blog about economics, diversity, creativity, and bikes. 

February 1, 2017

Eric Schmarder, Senior City Traffic Engineer of City of Buffalo

Eric Schmarder, Senior City Traffic Engineer for the City of Buffalo, wasn’t always hip with bike lanes. But Schmarder’s perspective—along with that of the City of Buffalo Department of Public Works and the Mayor’s office—has changed significantly since 2008.

January 20, 2017

Cyclist Spotlight – Chris Hawley

I’m a city planner, local history aficionado, and man about town. My ride is a 1968 Raleigh three-speed. — In 2008, Buffalo became the first city in New York State to adopt a complete streets policy, and Mayor Byron Brown has faithfully implemented this policy with the addition of …

In-The-News

September 22, 2018

GObike Buffalo’s Tactical Refresh Program Gains Traction

GObike's Tactical Refresh program is giving Buffalo's worn road paint some much-needed attention and making streets safer for those who walk and bike.

August 2, 2018

Bike lanes on some busy Buffalo streets get a new coat of paint

Business First highlights a new partnership between the City of Buffalo, Rigidized Metals and GObike Buffalo to maintain safe Complete Streets along some of Buffalo's busiest bicycling corridors.

August 1, 2018

A collaborative approach to “refreshing” on-road bicycle facilities.

GObike has teamed up with the City of Buffalo and Rigidized Metals to refresh on-road bicycle facilities, helping to maintain our Complete Streets!

July 30, 2018

Regional Transportation Management Association Launches Business Memberships

Go Buffalo Niagara is giving a boost to area commuters by offering incentives to those who choose to walk, bike or use public transportation to commute to work.