Generally speaking, the participants in the annual Doo Dah parade are meant to err on the side of controversy with their politically incorrect floats and marching groups. In the past that policy has lent itself well to mocking bigger issues like gun rights, the oil industry, corporate interests or the federal government. But many people […]
City officials, state officials and a whole slew of bike riders gathered this morning at the South Campus Gateway to unveil the first “sharrow” street marking that will remind motorists and cyclists to share the roadway along High Street. 188 more of these markings will soon be added to High Street between Morse Road and […]
The “Share the Road” campaign announced back in May has been a bit delayed, but the city will begin installing 54 new “Share The Road” signs on High Street this week. The targeted six-and-a-half mile area runs from Nationwide Boulevard up to Morse Road. The signs are to serve as a reminder to both motorists […]
A group of Short North Businesses including Tigertree, Sandbox, and Paradise Garage jointly announced today that they’re launching the first ever bikeshare program for Columbus: EveryoneBikes. Ten brand new Africa Bikes will be available as of 5pm today for riders to borrow for errands, tours, exercise and other types of short trips around the city.
Bike to Work Week was officially launched on Monday, but did you know that it wasn’t the only new biking initiative announced this week? The new Share the Road campaign was also unveiled, which is meant to serve as an educational component of the City’s Bicentennial Bikeways Plan, as well as a safety component to […]