Tag Archives: Fort Worth

DFW.com on Fort Worth’s Booming Bicycle Scene

Are you paying attention, Dallas City Halll?  Ft. Worth is kicking our $%@#%%’s in bicycle infrastructure!  And thanks to great groups like Bike Friendly Ft. Worth and the site FortWorthology.com it’s only getting better!  Check out this great story below: Re-posted from Fort Worthology Photo by Richard Rodriguez, DFW.com Eric Griffey has been exploring Fort […]

Three Major Bike Infrastructure News Stories this Week in the US

(photo by BikePortland.org) With the rapid pace US cities are beginning to adopt complete streets initiatives, each week seems to offer a new amazing story. This week, three areas took the headlines: – Fort Worth city council unanimously endorsed the Bike Fort Worth plan, which will bring 900 miles worth of trails and bike lanes […]

Ft. Worth Group Ride, Oct. 17th From Rat Trap Press

A Group Ride has just been announced from Rat Trap Press. From the site: Everyone, that includes fixed gear riders, cruisers, 3 speeders, tandem riders, roadies, families, and even funky recumbent riders, you are all invited to Fort Worth on Saturday, October 17th, for a leisurely, slow paced, ride around Fort Worth. The ride is […]

BFOC Interview with Fort Worth’s City Planner, Don Koski

As we noted in a recent article, Fort Worth has unveiled an incredibly progressive infrastructure plan based on a people-first model. 400+ miles of bike lanes, bus only lanes, streetcars, and “road diets” are being planned throughout the city with an ambitious timeline for implementation. To help pull the project together, the city hired Don […]

Fort Worth Becoming Bike Friendly!

So they’ve got a leg up on us here in Dallas, but it looks like we won’t be far behind! In case you missed April’s presentation in Downtown Forth Worth, their city planner is unrolling an incredibly ambitious bike plan which they’re hoping to implement by 2015. Highlights include: Striped bicycle-only lanes would massively increase […]