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Rochester’s updated bike ordinances

On September 17th, the Rochester’s City Council approved changes to the city code in regard to bicycles. The bike ordinances hadn’t been updated since the 1960s! For a full listing, see below. Of particular note is an official prohibition for

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Trails, Canals, and Project Green

Rochester’s routes have shaped its history and will determine its destiny. From its Native American days to the present, Rochester’s historical pathways continue to shape and affect its vibrancy. We’ve come full circle. Trail. Indian trails shaped today’s street arrangement.

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Trails, Canals, and Project Green

Rochester’s routes have shaped its history and will determine its destiny. From its Native American days to the present, Rochester’s historical pathways continue to shape and affect its vibrancy. We’ve come full circle. Trail. Indian trails shaped today’s street arrangement.

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Take our bike use survey!

The RCA is trying to gather some basic information about how cyclists in Rochester use their bikes and what they think would make Rochester a better biking city. It’s not very long – please take a minute to fill it

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Take our bike use survey!

The RCA is trying to gather some basic information about how cyclists in Rochester use their bikes and what they think would make Rochester a better biking city. It’s not very long – please take a minute to fill it

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NYC Bike Lane Design

Here’s an interesting video from the New York City Department of Transportation describing the newest bike lanes and signals there:

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NYC Bike Lane Design

Here’s an interesting video from the New York City Department of Transportation describing the newest bike lanes and signals there:

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Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Bridge

David Skinner, a friend of mine who has urged the city and the University of Rochester to open the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Bridge to foot and bicycle traffic, passed along some good news on Friday. Tom Hack, a Project Engineer with

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Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Bridge

David Skinner, a friend of mine who has urged the city and the University of Rochester to open the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Bridge to foot and bicycle traffic, passed along some good news on Friday. Tom Hack, a Project Engineer with

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