Tag Archives: Robert Wilonsky

Council to be Briefed on Status of Dallas Bike Plan THIS Wednesday, April 3rd

Late last year, a few BFOC members were told at a meeting about the ill fated plans to NOT create a separated cycle track on the Continental Viaduct that the City Council would be briefed on the status of and future plans for the Dallas Bike Plan. That was in November 2012. After several delays, […]

Downtown TIFs allocate funds to crucial bicycle infrastructure

The kick in the pants we needed as a city to rev up the implementation of the 2011 Dallas Bike Plan has spurred more entities to help in getting wet paint on asphalt.   Robert Wilonsky reports today that the Central Core Connector has received small, but significant funding from two local TIF entities to help […]

Mary Suhm: Why doesn’t the Continental pedestrian bridge have bicycle infrastructure?

An opinion editorial from BFOC Board Member, Jonathan Braddick: Last week, Robert Wilonsky at the DMN reported about the delays in converting the old Continental bridge into a pedestrian park.  Because I was curious about bicycle infrastructure, and hadn’t fully seen the design plans for the new park.  I wasn’t shocked to find there are […]