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BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #16

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #16

  BikeHouston presents you its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #16. Every month all BikeHouston members receive their copy in their personal mailbox as well as our supporters. If you want to join as a member, sign up here. If you are interested in receiving our monthly newsletter Spoke&Word, […]

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Houston City Council Respond to Fatalities

After the Die-in at City Hall last week, a few people spoke in front of City Council asking for safer streets through the enforcement of existing laws and the expansion of slower streets and bikeways. The following is Abrahan Garza’s dialogue, and it can be seen in […]

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Bike2Work story: Scott Guptill’s leap of faith

Bike2Work story: Scott Guptill's leap of faith

Are you interested in a good feel Bike2Work story? Let Scott Guptill inspire you. Scott Guptill took a leap of faith after joining BikeHouston’s Bike2Work day into the Galleria area on Thursday May 14th. After that first safe experience in a group, he decided to commute on […]

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BikeHouston chair Regina Garcia about the Houston Bike Plan

BikeHouston chair Regina Garcia about the Houston Bike Plan

Thursday June 25th BikeHouston chair Regina Garcia and City of Houston Planning department planning leader Cathy Halka joined KPFT Open Journal to talk about the upcoming Houston Bike Plan.

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Houston deserves better: get involved with the Houston Bike Plan

  The City of Houston is making a new Houston Bike Plan. Get involved, go to a public meeting or give your opinion online. Go to www.HoustonBikePlan.org. Houston deserves better. Also consider to become a member of BikeHouston and fight together for cyclists’ rights. Go visit www.BikeHouston.org […]

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We Need To Fix This Now

Houston needs to get serious about reducing collisions that injure or kill people who ride bicycles. In the last three weeks, three people on bicycles have been killed after being hit by people driving cars. A fourth person on a bicycle died after hitting debris in the […]

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Who cleans up Houston’s bayou trails after a flooding?

Who cleans up Houston’s bayou trails after a flooding?

This year Memorial Day weekend brought heavy rain to the greater Houston area, which caused the bayous to fill to the brim and beyond. When the water disappeared trails were left behind with debris and mud. Then it was time for a big clean up operation. Bayou […]

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Houston Bike Plan Goals

BikeHouston sets goal of building a network of safe, continuous bikeways within a half mile of all Houstonians. This network must work for people young and old, and reach all parts of the city. With a safe bicycle network we can address health and traffic concerns by […]

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BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #15

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #15

May Bike Month was a blast, with many great events. BikeHouston’s staff and volunteer crew was able to sign up more than 130 new members and they talked to much more people with bikes in effort to engage them to support BikeHouston and the quest for better […]

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Take the Houston Bike Plan Survey!

This survey is short and sweet. It only takes 2 minutes to complete and informs our city planners of how and what to build for better, safer biking in Houston. We want a network of low-stress streets that connect communities and allow people to navigate this city […]

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