Driving “Affectionately”

  As printed in 11 August 2016 Oregon (Wisconsin) Observer We all bear responsibility for tragedies like this. On a Friday morning in August, a bicyclist was struck and killed by a motorist on Lincoln Road, southwest of Oregon. A Village of Brooklyn man has been charged with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle [...]



Bike Week Ends Strong

It has been a fantastic 2015 Wisconsin Bike Week. And it ends with a great announcement from Dane County Executive Joe Parisi. But first we need to acknowledge that the week’s events highlighted both the fun of biking and why the Bike Fed’s work is so important. Three tragic crashes – including two fatalities near [...]


10 Reasons to Attend National “Organizing, Leadership & Digital Strategy” Training in Milwaukee

Support for creating more bikeable, walkable places is on the rise — and luckily there are tools and best practices to capture that momentum in sophisticated and equitable ways. And that’s exactly what we’ll explore at the Alliance for Walking and Biking’s 2015 National Training, July 29-31, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We live in a digital [...]