Posted on · The $147,000 miniature street sweeper purchased last year by the City of Houston broke down after a few uses and had to be sent back to the manufacturer for repairs. City workers now pre-clean bike lanes of heavy debris before using the machine.
Posted on · Bike advocates say the city needs a specific ordinance that addresses parking in an on-street bikeway.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Why oil prices have spiked, addressing bike safety, a suspected serial killer dies in prison, inside the annual Houston Venom Conference, and the latest on Houston sports.
Posted on · With school starting in just a few weeks, police are planning more targeted enforcement of Houston's Safe Passing law. The ordinance says drivers have to maintain a three-foot distance when they are passing a cyclist.
Posted on · Cyclists meeting here in Houston are talking about ways to make bike riding safer and more accessible. The discussion is taking place as Houston develops a comprehensive bike plan that’s designed to encourage more people to ride.
Posted on · The image many people have of a cyclist may not be totally realistic. A new report looks at who's actually riding bikes in Houston.
Posted on · Fort Bend County community says there's growing demand for new bike facilities.
Posted on · Riders are sharing their experiences as Houston works to update its bike plan.
Posted on · Officials say they're taking steps to make Houston a more bike-friendly city, but cyclists are calling for better infrastructure to accommodate bikes on local streets.
Posted on · The City of Houston has received an award for bike friendliness from a national bicycle organization. The recognition comes shortly after a series of fatal hit-and-run accidents involving bicycles in the last few months.
Posted on · Local cycling advocates say the City of Houston needs to do more to keep bike riders safe, and they're planning to air their concerns before a city council committee next month.