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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, December 25, 2021 11:59 pm 0:57:02
Topics
E-Bike Revolution
Galen Mook, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Bike Coalition, interviews Lloyd Alter, writer at Treehugger.org, about Lloyd's article, "Politicians and Planners Are Missing The E-Bike Revolution."

Taylor Nichols interviews Dr. Natalia Barbour, Assistant professor at the Delft University of Technology, and Courtney Cobbs, E-Bike enthusiast, co-editor of Streetsblog Chicago, and Co-founder of Better Streets Chicago.

Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, December 18, 2021 11:59 pm 0:38:36
Topics
A Tale of Two Cities: Parklets from Glendora, California to Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Pittsfield's Commissioner of Public Utilities Ricardo Morales helped get protected bike lanes, "parklets," and safe streets implemented in his Western Massachusetts city of over 42,000. It's been an uphill ride.

Glendora's Transportation Manager Steven Mateer talks with Ricardo about the "Parklets" recently installed where cars used to park in his city of over 51,000, just 26 miles from Los Angeles, California.

Glendora Mayor Karen Davis joins Ricardo and Steven to talk about how it's gone and the road ahead.

Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, December 11, 2021 11:59 pm 0:41:30
Topic
Winter Riding and Urban Mobility
Eli Wheeler of Common Wheels, a mobile bicycle co-op in Boston, Mass., on winter riding.
Galen Mook, co-founder of Common Wheels and Executive Director of Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition, on Updating Massachusetts' hands free law to include apps like Facetime.
http://www.commonwheels.org/
With a clip of a discussion between Roland Kager, Data analyst of mobility, land-use, cycling and transit, and Brett Atencio Thomas, Principal Transportation Planner at Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
https://soundcloud.com/biketalk/brett-and-roland-bike-talk-audioedited-1
Edited by Kevin Burton
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, December 4, 2021 11:59 pm 0:33:59
Topics
Space For Co-ops
Steve Campos on cleaning Northeast Los Angeles' seminal bike co-op, the Bike Oven, after years of dysfunction.
Eli Wheeler of Common Wheels, a mobile bike co-op in the Boston neighborhood of Allston.
Luis Fernandez on finding a new space for the Bike Kitchen in Dorchester, another Boston neighborhood.
Amber Drea, a Streetsblog Chicago reporter, on the North Lawndale Bike Box, a new community cycle shop in a shipping container.
Edited by Kevin Burton
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, November 27, 2021 11:59 pm 0:50:20
Topic
Wold Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
On the 2021 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, Babs Owca, with Half Acre Cycling, remembers fellow rider Adé Hogue, whose death by car and subsequent ghost bike vigil brought traffic to a standstill in Chicago.
https://chi.streetsblog.org/2021/11/03/during-ghost-bike-vigil-100s-of-mourners-occupied-intersection-where-ade-hogue-was-killed/

"Grandma Beverly" Shelton tells the story of her 5 year old grandson, who was killed in a car crash in 2009. Beverly began the Zachary Michael Cruz foundation in her grandson's honor, and co-founded SoCal Safe Streets.
https://zmcfoundation.org/
https://www.losangeleswalks.org/socal_fss

Galen Mook, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition, joins the Zoom from a memorial at the Massachusetts state house with flowers for all road traffic victims of 2021 .
https://www.massbike.org/massbike_updates?page=1

Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Friday, November 19, 2021 9:00 pm 0:47:26
Topic
Bikes Plus Transit From Los Angeles to The Netherlands
The combination of bikes and public transit with Netherlands “bike train guru,” Roland Kager https://www.dutchcycling.nl/en/network/members/item/roland-kager
and Brett Atencio Thomas, Principal Transportation Planner at Los Angeles Metro https://www.metro.net/riding/bike-transit/.

Lindsay Sturman, Bike Talk cohost, interviews.

Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, November 13, 2021 11:59 pm 0:45:12
Topics
Los Angeles' 25x25 and MassBike
The audacious new plan to devote 25% of LA and NYC streets to people by 2025 is explained by Safe Streets For All founder Michael Schneider to Bike Talk cohost Lindsay Sturman.
+ Galen Mook, Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition Executive Director and host of Boston's Bike Talk, shares his #bikejoy and #bikestruggle.
Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Friday, November 5, 2021 9:00 pm 0:32:28
Topic
Mayor Helps on Bikes
Andrea Learned talks with Mayor Helps of Victoria, B.C. about building political will and bike infrastructure, "complete streets plus," and how Victoria's City Council "just built it."
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Friday, October 29, 2021 9:00 pm 0:19:37
Topics
Transit + Bicycle
Bicycle and Transit researcher Niels Van Oort is here interviewed by Bike Talk cohost Lindsay Sturman on an overview of research into combined bicycle and transit mode.
Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, October 23, 2021 11:59 pm 0:31:32
Guest:
Fear and Open Streets
Lindsay Sturman unveils her theory about why NYC and Portland have plateaued at under 10% mode share for bikes despite the continuing addition of protected lanes, and Alex Devries, Ottowa cyclist, tells of the time he and his friends made an open street by parking one bike at each metered spot.

Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, October 16, 2021 11:59 pm 0:20:05
Guest:
Setbacks and Strategy
Dave Snyder, California Bicycle Coalition Executive Director, talks to Lindsay Sturman about Gavin Newsom's surprising veto of two Calbike sponsored bills-- A.B. 122, the Bicycle Safety Stop, and A.B. 1238, the Pedestrian Access Bill-- and Assemblymember Laura Friedman's AB 1147, which would have created 15 minute neighborhoods and bicycle highways.
Michael Schneider, Streets For All Founder, talks to Don Ward about plans to get bike infrastructure included in all new LA street design.
Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, October 9, 2021 11:59 pm 0:50:15
Topic
Active Transportation Strategy and Windshield Bias
Tafarai Bayne, Chief Strategist of CicLAvia, the Los Angeles open streets event, talks with Don, Lindsay, and Nick about bike strategy.
www.ciclavia.org/
Charlie Thomas, Texas bike lawyer, talks about the windshield bias of Texas police, in light of an incident where a teen "Coal-rolled" a group of cyclists, then crashed into them, but was not charged or ticketed.
www.bikelaw.com/2021/10/waller-bike-crash/

Edited by Kevin Burton.
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█ Bike Talk Podcast
Saturday, October 2, 2021 11:59 pm 0:23:53
Guest:
Laura Friedman
Laura Friedman talks with Lindsay Sturman about her Traffic Safety bill, AB43, her point of view on safe streets, and everything.
Edited by Kevin Burton.
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