South Burlington really boomed during the car-centric middle of the last century. This meant that most of the development was friendly to cars, but not to walkers and bikers. To South Burlington’s credit, they’ve succeeded in developing Vermont’s most comprehensive network of paths over the last 20 years — 12+ miles connecting many neighborhoods. Now, […]
Archive for October, 2011
As we look to restore our Vermont’s town centers to their past vibrant glory, this picture sums up the potential for more public space if we can minimize the need for through traffic and parking in Vermont’s downtowns.
Posted by Jason on Oct 19 2011
Calling all UVM bikers and longboarders! If the thought of cracking your skull open on the pavement doesn’t appeal, now’s your chance to get a great deal on some protection for your head. WHAT: Regular bike helmets for $10 and Bern (skateboard-style) helmets for $20 WHERE: In front of Bailey-Howe Library WHEN: […]
Posted by Chapin on Oct 03 2011
The three day Nor’easter festival came to the Burlington waterfront for the first time September 23-25, 2011. It was a great first year success and we hope EMS and their great event will be back next year. Local Motion provided a bike share, bike parking, a unique bike carousel, and a Moving Planet bike ride […]