Bike Progress Slow for Ashland Road Diet

ASHLAND, Ore. – Ashland city leaders developed the ‘Road Diet’ project in 2012 to cut down on car crashes and improve bicycle traffic along North Main Street. Since then, some goals have been met, and others have been slower. The project altered North Main Street from four lanes to two, with a left-turn lane and … Continue reading »

Grants Pass Aims For More Bike-Friendly Community

May 16, 2011 By Steven Sandberg GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Community planners in Grants Pass says they’re moving forward with plans to make the city the most bicycle friendly town in southern Oregon. It’s the first day of National Bike To Work Week, and in Grants Pass, officials want to use that enthusiasm and make … Continue reading »