Bicycle Friendly State
For Immediate Release League of American Bicyclists Releases Ranking of States Based on Policies and Practices to Protect Bicyclists and Promote Bicycling New State Tops Bicycle Friendly States Ranking For…
See how states can improve their ranking on our Bicycle Friendly State list by implementing some of the NTSB recommendations.
The new 2019 Bicycle Friendly State ranking grades the states and looks at how each is prioritizing people over speed.
The 2018 Bicycle Friendly State progress reports use state and federal data on bicycling to highlight changes.
New White Paper shows how advocates can and should be involved in state safety planning.
Our newest white paper helps provided resources for advocates in states that have not yet taken a complete streets action.
Over the last decade and a half, the adoption of safe passing laws has been one of the most prominent successes of bicyclist advocates. Every year since 2006 at least one state has adopted a safe passing law.
Last week, KY Gov. Matt Bevin signed HB 33 – An Act Relating to the Overtaking of Bicycles on a Roadway. This law reflects recent legislative trends, including features found in the League’s model safe passing law.
An essential part of our mission is working closely with state and local bike advocacy groups. The League of American Bicyclists is happy to be working with Bike Utah to support two of its legislative priorities this year.
Today, the League of American Bicyclists released its 2017 Bicycle Friendly State ranking. This ranking provides report cards for all 50 states to help you understand efforts related to making a Bicycle Friendly America in each state.