Introducing our newest business member, Schemmer.
Omaha's Pilot Bikeway Project and SHAREOmaha
Unicam Update: LB 164
Making ends meet during Budget Week at Bike Walk Nebraska
This is a list of candidates running for the Nebraska Legislature in 2020, including website and Facebook page information.
Mona's busting out her hi vis gear for walking when it's dark.
I Engaged the Process: a follow-up to Mona's advocacy action.
Mona describes an error in her trail etiquette and the importance of knowing your left from right.
Mona's musing about one of her best friends, Ivy, who just happens to be a bicycle.
Bike Walk Nebraska's statement supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Be our Bike Walk Buddy! Here's a great activity you can do with your kiddos that combines fresh air, exercise and education: print out these age-appropriate worksheets and do a walk/bike safety review of your neighborhood. This will also give you a great opportunity to talk about safe biking and walking as the spring weather (hopefully) starts to break. We'd love to see how they turn out - send us a copy of your form or even a story your child wrote to email@example.com, or tag us on social media with any artwork created!
Word choice by the media matters when it comes to reporting bike/ped crashes.
Elderly folks need options that allow them to age in place and maintain some independence without driving. Social isolation is a significant concern for this age group, so the simple act of taking a short walk can be crucial for mental health, not just physical. Our infrastructure should support these needs.
We're continuing our deep-diving into Nebraska's ranking on the Bicycle Friendliness Report card. Today we're looking at Policies and Programs.
We are deep-diving into Nebraska's ranking on the Bicycle Friendliness Report card. Today we're looking at Infrastructure and Funding.
Engage the process to advocate for yourself and others.
The first blog in a series with an in-depth look at the Bicycle State Friendly list and Nebraska's ranking as 49th, including how the rankings are determined and what it means for the state.
Some thoughts and observations as I ponder the evolution of turning right on red.