Category: biking Rochester

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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Shifting Gears: Promoting Rochester’s Two-Wheeled Revolution

Introducing the most amazing final publication from the Genesee School 6th graders. Shifting Gears: Promoting Rochester’s Two-Wheeled Revolution! A Project of the Genesee Community Charter School Sixth Grade Class of 2013 Read the entire report here, find out how these students

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Behold the Bike!

Few inventions have the efficiency, health benefits, affordability, urban design potential, safety features and environmental friendliness of the modern bike. It’s not your grandmother’s bicycle; it’s a revolutionary component in our future transportation portfolio. There have been bikes. There will

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Another Affiliation

People are talking. Excitement builds. The Rochester Greenway is entering a new phase: a steering group (maybe, the “The Rochester Greenway Steering Group”) who will be focusing on moving the project from conceptual stage to something more concrete—or macadam, or

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