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Riverfront Trail
5:25 pm
Fri December 20, 2013

Real Estate Purchase Means Future Amenities For Users Of Riverfront Trail

Riders along the Riverfront Trail north of downtown may have more amenities next year, thanks to a real estate purchase by Great Rivers Greenway.
(via Flickr/Herkie)

A historic building along the Mississippi riverfront will likely mean more amenities next year for cyclists and pedestrians along the Riverfront Trail north of downtown.

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Safe Roads for All
12:42 pm
Mon May 6, 2013

Cyclists And Pedestrians Urged To 'Be Brave,' Advocate For Safer Roads

Cyclists leave the History Museum in Forest Park as part of the "Safe Roads for All" campaign.
(Rachel Lippmann/St. Louis Public Radio)

Advocates for bicyclists and pedestrians say they want to make 2013 the year Missouri passes a law banning texting while driving for everyone behind the wheel.

But those advocates, along with mass transit, city police and Missouri Department of Transportation officials also pushed all users of the road to take personal responsibility as they kicked off the second annual Safe Roads for All campaign on Monday.

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Other News
6:11 pm
Fri October 26, 2012

Livable St. Louis Conference Offers New Vision For The Region

Ann Mack, CEO of Trailnet
Credit (Rachel Lippmann/St. Louis Public Radio)

Community visionaries and organizers from across the region held a conference in St. Louis on Friday.   The “Livable St. Louis” conference aims to transform the region through a range of quality of life improvements.

The conference was organized by Trailnet and focused on improving declining neighborhoods through projects such as affordable housing, safe streets, vibrant public spaces and green infrastructure.

Regina Martinez works with a group called the Rebuild Foundation that tries to transform old structures into new community assets.

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Anti-endangerment law
4:53 pm
Fri October 19, 2012

Bikers, Walkers, Passengers Get New Protections In City Law

A bicycle tire.
(via Flickr/photohome_uk)

Updated at 9:30 am Saturday to correct a misspelling.

Legislation that gives some extra protections to cyclists, pedestrians, and passengers in cars in St. Louis City is on its way to the desk of Mayor Francis Slay.

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A Good Year St. Louis: bikes
6:35 am
Tue December 27, 2011

Cycling advocate calls 2011 "fabulous" year for bikes

Trailnet executive director Anne Mack stands outside the downtown bike commuter station, one of the main reasons she calls 2011 "A Good Year" for bikes.
(Rachel Lippmann/St. Louis Public Radio)

With average gas prices reaching their highest level in 2011, more and more people began looking for an alternate way to get around.

In St. Louis, many of those commuters turned to vehicles of the two-wheeled variety.

Anne Mack, the executive director of Trailnet, told St. Louis Public Radio’s Rachel Lippmann as part of our series “A Good Year” that cyclists had a “fabulous” 2011.

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Other News
2:59 pm
Wed April 20, 2011

Bike commuters have a new home in downtown St. Louis

Bike racks at downtown commuter station
Adam Allington St. Louis Public Radio

The City of St. Louis has taken steps to become friendlier for bike commuters.

The new downtown St. Louis Bike Station opens on Thursday.  The project was funded through a $180,000 grant from the Department of Energy.

The project is currently administered through the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis but will eventually be handed off to Trailnet.

Maggie Campbell is the President of the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis.  She says the site will offer a full range of services for bike commuters.

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