Here is the final roundup of transportation safety and bicycle bills that passed and (mostly) didn’t pass the state legislature.
Someone is not happy with the changes undergoing the Whimcycle mural in Roanoke’s Old Southwest neighborhood. The mural, on the side of the building now known as The Phoenix, is being replaced – with a new piece by the original artist, Toobz Muir! – and this week someone decided to deface the new piece with a bit of critical graffiti.
Earlier in the week I had my first rainy bike commute experience – entirely on accident (I didn’t believe the weather report, and the rain started when I was well into my commute). As I drew closer to my office, I had to take a picture of this:
On Wednesday, September 21, RIDE Solutions participated in Virginia Tech’s Active Commute Celebration. The event included 13 groups and organizations on campus and in the larger community that are promoting sustainable ways to actively commute – i.e., bike, bus and walk – and offering ways to change your perspective on when and where you can leave your car behind.