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Cruise endorses guidelines for safe interactions with cyclists – and shows how they’ll meet them

By Ken McLeod | March 27, 2023

In the nascent autonomous vehicle (AV) industry, ensuring those vehicles interact safely with bicyclists  must be a core competency. It’s why the League worked to develop guidelines for safe AV-cyclist…

2023 State Bike Bills: The Good. The Bad. The Ugly

By Jamil Modaffari | March 9, 2023

Do you know what cycling-related bills are being debated in your state legislature? We reviewed some of the good, bad, and ugly bills in 2023.

Minnesota Cycling Advocate Honored With Legislation

By bikeleague | March 3, 2023

We hope William (Bill) Dooley’s commitment to bettering bicycling will live on through the Bill Dooley Bicycle Safety Act.

New Rules for NHTSA

By Ken McLeod | February 23, 2023

The BIL made significant changes to how NHTSA grants will be administered and documented. Here’s how NHTSA responded to many of the League’s comments on the new rules.

Help Us Educate Drivers About Blind Zones

By bikeleague | January 30, 2023

Did you know there is now a tool that enables people to submit data identifying and measuring a vehicle’s blind spots?

New League Staff: Connor Herbert

By Raven Wells | January 25, 2023

Meet our new federal policy fellow Connor Herbert! Connor serves on Lincoln’s Pedestrian Bicycle Advisory Committee. We’re excited to see him tackle building better active mobility at the local and national levels!

New League Staff: Patricia Donnelly

By Raven Wells | January 23, 2023

Meet our new federal policy fellow and a new member of the League team: Patricia Donnelly!

Did Your State Get An Earmark For Better Bicycling Infrastructure?

By Caron Whitaker | January 13, 2023

See which Community Designated Projects are in your state and if your member of Congress supported them.

Why can’t my street’s speed limit be changed?

By Raven Wells | January 13, 2023

How does one slow down roads? In most cases, that’s up to the states. Learn the two biggest barriers to local governments setting safer speed limits.

Congress Releases A Budget Including 2022 Summit Ask For ATIIP Funding

By Caron Whitaker | December 20, 2022

Congress unveiled a budget — and it includes $45 million for the Active Transportation Infrastructure Investment Program!