Bicycle Fund A non-governmental,
nonprofit, advocacy organization, promoting sustainable transport
and international understanding. Major areas of activity are
non-motorized urban planning, economic development, bike safety
education, responsible travel and bicycle tourism, and cross-cultural,
is short hand for laws which require new and rebuilt road construction
to account for egress for all, cars, pedestrians, and cyclists.
This website explains it all.
Friendly Community This is theone that recorgnizes Portland.
Bike Fund IBF's objective is to create a sustainable, people-friendly
environment by creating opportunities of the highest practicable
quality for bicycle transportation.
This page has lots of information
regarding pathways and communities. I like this Bikeability
Chelist pdf. It is part of the PEdestrian and Bicycle Information
Center and has a companion site for walkers at walkinginfo.org.
of Silence Learn about
the history of this organization which sponsors rides in memoriam
of cyclists who have lost their lives or been injured while
cycling. The group seeks to raise awareness of cyclists and
to encourage sharing the road.
Routes to School National Center
Mobility Education Foundation Engage
teens in driver's ed to consider alternative transportation.
Pilot project in Federal Way.
Alliance of Washington
of American Bicyclists
see Policy Reports
Watchdog Report road hazards. Okay, this is mostly aimed
at the west side of WA but you get the idea.
in Washington Rich site with laws, tips, routes