2002 Centerlines Articles
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Issue #60 December 20, 2002
* New NCBW Site Launch
* Sustrans Safe Routes to Schools Video Now Available
* FHWA Resources on Context Sensitive Solutions
* Transportation Enhancements Guide Now Available
* Alt. Transportation in the National Parks
* Safeco Supports Cascade Bicycle Club's Safety Work
* Oakland (CA) Adopts Pedestrian Master Plan
* Spirit Walk 2003 to Further Lakota Cause
* CDC Offers 2 New Slide Presentations
* Concerned over Montreal Bicycling Conditions
* Major Taylor Reading Week Coming...
Issue #59 December 6, 2002
* Bicycle Coalition of Maine's Harry Faust Dies
* Thunderhead Alliance Advances Bicycle Advocacy
* "Active Living by Design" Accepting Grant Proposals
* Africa Looking for Bike Planners
* NCBW Staff Members Help Spread "The Word"
* RTC Conference Call for Papers Deadline Looms
* Active Living Policy & Environmental Studies Pgm - Rnd
* TA's Budnick Named to Thunderhead Alliance Board
* Another Take On State Planning Organizations
* Crosswalk Studies -- Reasons to Do Nothing?
* Following CA's Lead on Safe Routes to School Funding?
Issue #58 November 22, 2002
* Bureau of Land Management Releases Mtn Bike Study
* Creating a Sense of Place in Neighborhoods
* Helmet Study Needs Exposure Measure
* STPP Ranks Dangerous Places for Walking
* City of Toronto First to Endorse Ped Charter
* America Moves Conference Coming in April
* Nevada Conference Calls for Papers
* SegwayChat.com Launches Forum
* BikeStation Creates "City Wheels" Car-Sharing
Issue #57 November 8, 2002
* Congressman Oberstar Does TV Spots
* NCBW Walkable Communities Boot Camp Report
* Aussies Give out Bicycling Achievement Awards
* NHTSA Wants Bike Helmet Effects Information
* Rockville (MD) Code Enforcement Inspectors Start Biking
* (Old) Senate Committee Chairs Urge Trans. $$
* Ottawa Announces 2002 Timmermans Awards
Issue #56 October 25, 2002
* U.S. Obesity Keeps Increasing
* NCBW Launches Pro Bike/Pro Walk PowerPoint Collection
* STPP Posts TEA-21 Platform
* Increasing Physical Activity booklet Out of Stock...Again
* Wisconsin Walks Takes First Steps
* LAB Bike-Friendly Community Campaign
* Bike Lanes For Calif. Bridge? Allies Say 'Yes!'
* Nashville to Fund Major Sidewalk Improvements
* Wilmington (NC) Neighborhoods Want Traffic Calming
* California Lowers Level of Service for Infill
* 2003 Bike Month Organizer Kit Now Available
Issue #55 October 11, 2002
* NHDOT's New Bicycle-Pedestrian Website
* Toronto Honors Bike-Friendly Businesses
* Census Numbers Coming Out
* Better World Club Competes with AAA
* Chicago Suburbs Bike-Bus Program Grows
* Midtown NYC Gets Ped-Friendly Changes
Issue #54 September 27, 2002
* Probike/Prowalk Gets Mn/DOT Press
* Comment on Access Board's Draft Guidelines
* Ohio to Fund $6.25 Million in Trails
* Montreal to Hold Ped Safety Hearings
* MN Transit Office Absorbs Sustainable Trans. Section
Issue #53 September 13, 2002
* Pro Bike/Pro Walk 2002: Great Things in St. Paul!
* Onward to Victoria for Pro Walk/Pro Bike 2004!
* MPO Walkable Community Workshop Sites Selected
* Denver BikeStation Saved from Budget Ax
* Economic Value of Walking Workshop
* Walking Conference Abstracts Due
* IIHS Study Of NY's Cell Phone Law
* New AARP Survey Brings Out Senior Walking Problems
* Rail~Volution to Feature Innovative Minds
* Seattle LEM Program Encourages Commute Options
* Beta Sportworks Bus Rack Holds 3 Bikes
Issue #52 August 30, 2002
* Pro Bike/Pro Walk 2002 Is Underway!
* Census Bureau Releases More Data
* VT Bicycle/Pedestrian Coalition Hires Becka Roolf
* BLM Wants Comments on Mtn Bike Plan
* San Francisco Seniors Fight Segway Bill
* Kamloops' Smart Sign Reduces Speeding
* Paris Public Spaces Keep Getting Better
Issue #51 August 16, 2002
* Countdown to Pro Bike/Pro Walk 2002:Do It All In St. Paul
* Comment on Proposed Mutcd Changes by Monday!
* Health Promoting" Community Design
* Santa Monica Bike/Ped Ferry Service Begins
* Odyssey Offers Free Transportation Training
* Texas Puts $3 Million into Safe Routes Program
* UCB Traffic Safety Center Starts Newsletter
Issue #50 August 2, 2002
* ProBike / Pro Walk Invited Speakers List
* FHWA Solicits Comments on T-21 Reauthorization
* Critical Failures' at Urban Intersections
* Fill Out This State DOT 'Best Practices' Survey!
* Oregon to Update State Bike/Ped Plan
* AASHTO on Tea-21 Reauthorization
* Paved Roads Contribute to Asthma?
* CDC on Promoting Physical Activity Through Trails
* NCPPA Hosts Physical Activity Policy Briefing
Issue #49 July 19, 2002
* Pro Bike/Pro Walk 2002 Schedule, Workshops Online
* NCBW Design Guide for Public Health Practitioners
* PennDOT Encourages Road Sharing
* America Walks to Recognize Pedestrian Advocates
* Deadly Crossing' Show on Discovery Channel
* 2nd National Congress of Pedestrian Advocates
* Wisconsin Gov. Approves $21 Million Enhancements
* Florida's Theo Petritsch to Leave Bike/Ped Job
* First Came the Highways
* AAAFTS Seeks Traffic Safety Pre-Proposals
Issue #48 July 5, 2002
* North Carolina's Curtis Yates Retires
* Thunderhead Alliance Hires Sue Knaup of P.A.T.
* 'Intersections for All' Seminar at ITE Meeting
* UK Trans. Researchers Look at Walking
* Trek's Burke Joins Prez' Council
* FHWA/FTA Notice on Local Consultation
* PENNDOT Puts 'Share Road' Message on Envelopes
* UK Bike-Light Rail Research Request
* Albany, CA, to Get Road Diet
Issue #47 June 21, 2002
* Pro Bike/Pro Walk 2002 Workshops Now Online
* NCBW to Sponsor New MPO Workshop Series
* Cycling's Erl Wilkie Honored at Queen's Birthday
* Access Board Releases Draft R-O-W Guidelines
* Who's your State Coordinator?
* Celebrate the Mass Central Rail-Trail!
Issue #46 June 7, 2002
* What The Heck Is Up With CenterLines Format?
* ProBike/Pro Walk : Five Days to a Better Future
* ProposedMUTCD Update Includes Bike-Ped Changes
* Bike/Walk/Bus/Etc Week Update
* Competition for Gainesville Trail Design
* Quebec To Get Ped/Bike Overpass
* Circuit Court Decision Lets Agencies Off Hook
* Free Anti-Gas Guzzler Stickers
Issue #45 May 23, 2002
* Pro Bike/Pro Walk 2002: Program Update
* Great Website Features "Great Streets"
* Got a Bike/Walk/Bus/Etc. Week to Tell Us About?
* Colorado's C470 Bike/Ped Path To Open
* New Jersey's BillFeldman Retires
* Transport Concerns of UK Disabled People
* Scooter Trauma Studied by Pediatricians
* Marin Co. California Gets $3m for Bike Freeway
* British Med Journal Focuses on "Road Wars"
Issue #44 May 10, 2002
* PRO BIKE/PRO WALK 2002 Advocate Rates
* CA Bike-Ped Legislation Clears First Capitol Hurdle
* Wisconsin Bike Fed Exec Director Steps Down
* Mayor Says 'On Your Bike' to Londoners
* Walkability, Highway Access Important to Home Buyers
* Need Images?
* UK Govt to Renew Cycling Push
* Martin Pion Posts Susie Stephens' Crash Info
* Pedestrian Safety Research Online
* Help a Reader with Grocery Cart Source?
* Danger in Exurbia
* The Segway: What Are the Planning Issues?
* Lung Association Grades Metro Ozone Levels
Issue #43 April 26, 2002
* PRO BIKE/PRO WALK Countdown!
* Federal Register: Access Board Guidelines
* CT Buses Sport Pro-Bike Messages
* 2001 Bike, Ped Deaths About Same
* Bikes Belong Helps Fund Hank Aaron Trail
* Who Says Physical Inactivity Dangerous
* Mtn Bike Leaders Meet at IMBA Summit
* NHTSA Offers Mini-Grants for Bike Safety
* GIS Map Maker Looks for Volunteer Work
* Bikewalk Virginia Recognizes Leaders
* Segway Senate Bill Update
Issue #42 April 12, 2002
* PB/PW 2002 -- Meet Us in St. Paul!
* Ped Advocates in ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI -- Get On TV!
* Calif. DHS Funds Ped Advocates
* Bikes Up, Peds Down in NY/NJ/CT Region
* Take This Survey, Please! And Quickly!
* PPS Wins Award for Unesco Work
* Health Promo More Useful than Med. Care?
* Champaign-Urbana to Get Accessible Ped Signals
Issue #41 March 29, 2002
* MacFadden New NCBW Director of Operations
* Susie Stephens Remembrance to be Held Monday
* Portland (ME) Adopts Bike Plan
* Bicycle Colorado's New Executive Director
* House Transportation Chair Pushes Radical Bill
* Charlottesville (VA) Gets Yellow Bikes
* NY Bicycling Coalition Releases Manual, Plans Workshops
* Segway Coming to a Fed-Funded Walkway Near You?
* TBC's Cummins Gets Advocacy Award
* CDC & PAHO Sponsor Active Cities Contest
* RIDOT'S New Bridge, Park Design
* Bush's New Surgeon General to Focus on Exercise, Diet
Issue: Sad News
* Susie Stephens
Issue #40 March 15, 2002
* *Are the Lunatics Running the Asylum?
* 2002 National Bike Summit(r)
* "America's Walking" to a PBS Station near You?
* House Passes Sidewalk Bill TX Bicycle Coalition Gets $3
* Million for 'Safe Routes' Tax Break for Bike Commuting
* Study Links Air Pollution, Lung Cancer, Cardio Deaths
* TEA-21 Schedule
* Make Money Pedaling Car Divorce
* Maine Bike Ed Hits Schools
* New Traffic Signal at San Jose State Univ
* Competition: Smart Growth in Transportation
* NYSDOT Goes Context Sensitive
Issue #39 March 1, 2002
* ProBike/ProWalk Abstracts Due!
* Calif. Election Day Brings Parks, Trails Props
* Commuter Bicyclist Survey
* Segway -- Coming to a Capitol Near You?
* NYC Council Passes Sidewalk Bill
* Bike Locker Design Competition
* S.C. Pushes Cardio Health with Trails
* San Jose Council Approves Ped-Oriented Lights
* D-I-V-O-R-C-E Your Car
* Safe Routes to School Congressional Hearing
* Calif Bike Funding Bill Introduced
* Canadian Docs Urged to Write P.A. Scripts
Issue #38 February 15, 2002
* "Active for Life" Office Open for Business
* STPP Launches Reauthorization Website
* EPA Publishes 'Getting To Smart Growth'
* Mayor Daley's Bicycling Ambassadors
* Spanish Cyclists Blunt Anti-Bike Legislation
* Sec. Mineta to Address National Bike Summit
* Belmond (Ia) is the Place to Be!
* PPS Offers Scholarships For Workshop
* Oops! Centerlines Mum On Rumble Advisory
Issue #37 February 1, 2002
* Calif. Bill May Create Bike/Ped Mobility Fund
* Healthy People 2010 Info Access Project
* New Jersey Gov Axes Planning Office
* EPA Announces New Initiatives
* Cutting Oil Dependence
* Is Your City on the 100 Most Car-Free List?
* A Reader's Letter to the Surgeon General
Issue #36 January 18, 2002
* Chicago Releases Bike Safety Booklet
* TXDOT Re-Thinks Frontage Roads
* Martha Roskowski Leaves Bicycle Colorado
* Apartments Create Ped-Friendly Neighborhoods
* FHWA Launches New Metro Website
* Texas Coalition Needs Help With Crash Reporting
Issue #35 January 4, 2002
* Money for Physical Activity
* Stockholm Partnerships Push Sustainability
* FHWA Best Practices Accessible Sidewalk Guide
* Satellite Conference: Health Effects of Sprawl
* Prescott AZ Gets Bike/Ped Project Grant