AZ Republic: How bicyclist-friendly is your city?

Phoenix-area communities over the past several years have increased their efforts to make their streets bicycle friendly

ADOT to build “high-speed” path along 202 Freeway

Having ADOT agree to construct a 20′ wide “high speed” bike facility that will be six miles long with less than five street crossings (first of its kind in AZ, and maybe the whole country) could be part of a major sea change in Arizona. This is on par with the Hwy 179 re-construction between […]

Arizona Bicycling Summit 2017

3/31/2017 in Mesa, Arizona. Registration now open

List of Cell Phone related driving restrictions

Although the state of Arizona has no specific restrictions on operating a cell phone while driving, several cities and counties have enacted various restrictions on use of cell phones on drivers

Coalition of Arizona Bicyclist’s Annual member’s meeting 10/18/2016

This year, the annual meeting will be held via tele-conference. A business meeting and election of open board of directors seats will be held. Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 6:30PM Arizona Time. Members who wish to attend/listen/vote please contact cazbike@cazbike.org no later than 10/14 to obtain the phone in details. Not a member? Click here […]

Pima County Enacts Texting Ban

Pima county follows action by the cities of Phoenix, and Tucson (see this article for more about Tucson), and Flagstaff as well as Coconino County, with various bans on electronic communications while driving. The state legislature has repeatedly failed to act regarding limits on use of electronic devices while driving. Sheriff Chris Nanos worked diligently with […]

Google self-driving car team meets with Phoenix-area Bicyclists

Google recently began testing their self-driving car in the metro Phoenix area

Rich Corbett Biked to Work For 36 Years

Richard E. Corbett 69, cycled away February 15, 2016 after succumbing to Alzheimer’s

Lobbying

501(c)3 charities are “absolutely” prohibited from endorsing any candidate for elective public office. Influencing legislation (“lobbying”) is, however, permitted under

Beane: ADOT needs to broaden its concept of transportation

Commentary by Coalition President Bob Beane, regarding the South Mountain Freeway, set to begin construction later this year.