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Bicycling

    • Cyclists pedal through Center City during the Philadelphia Naked Bike Ride 2018. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

Cyclists let it all hang out at 10th annual Philly Naked Bike Ride

David Pumo joined the Philly Naked Bike Ride because of something his father-in-law said. “He said ‘I think the reason why people are uptight about gay marriage is because they're uptight…

    • Cyclists form a

Volunteers count vehicles in the bike lanes as upgrade work on Pine and Spruce is delayed

The bike lanes on Pine and Spruce streets are Philly’s versions of the watched pot that never boils. While volunteers from the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia engage in a week-long…

    • Traffic safety advocates form a

Near a Center City Wawa, humans protect a bike lane, to make a larger point

A line, 25 deep, stretched out in front of the Wawa on the corner of 22nd and South streets Tuesday morning. It wasn’t the scent of freshly made, hot Sizzlis that…

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ABOUT BICYCLING

Philadelphia has the highest percentage of bike commuters than any of the other ten biggest cities in the United States. The city has more than 200 miles of in-street bike lanes and the Kenney administration vows to install 30 mile of new protected bike lanes. The city's bike share system, Indego, is growing and more cyclists than ever are taking to city streets. Here's where we follow how Philly is meeting the challenges of improving bike infrastructure, growing an equitable bike share system, and making more complete streets.

Philadelphia Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan (2012)

Complete Streets Policy (2013)

UPCOMING EVENTS IN BICYCLING

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