A movement is growing to strike down racially biased and ineffective “jaywalking” laws across America — and the advocates behind these efforts say the path to doing it everywhere may be smoother than it has been in the past.
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The public clearly has an appetite for mobility as a service (MaaS). People want to plan, book and pay for various forms of transport via a digital platform.
Last year’s Bike Month was subdued for the obvious reasons. And while this year’s Bike Month is not a return to the normal calendar of bicycling related festivities, there are certainly more events, and better programming than what we saw last year when groups were just trying to figure out how to do bicycling events safely.