• Michael Ramirez (@smartideamaster) | on 12th Sep 2017
    Bicycles just like cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles and airplanes etc. are a mode of transportation for human beings ( as well as recreation), the caveat being that this mode of transportation is not taken as seriously. There are no licenses required, no state testing ma ...

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  • Develop a dedicated bicycle lane separated by solid barriers from the motorized vehicles lanes (similar to service lanes on highways). This is the only way to prevent accidents and to encourage people to take up bicycling for short distances (distances less than 15 km or ...

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  • stripeddisaster (@stripeddisaster) | on 10th Mar 2017
    I know I know, not everyone is pro helmets, but I think they are super important. They can also be pricey or tricky to size. What about fitting people for free helmets at the next local bike meet-up? It could even be a marketing event in which local or large companies sp ...

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  • Rob Hoehn (@robhoehn) | on 8th Mar 2017
    A basic bicycle is pretty cheap and easy to build. I suggest we create a program to give away bikes to residents and let them own them.
  • Community Member | on 10th Jan 2017
    A VR and AR Virtual Reality Peace Museum, which offers, VR educational experiences from famous peacemakers lives throughout history. The viewer getting to see the peacemakers event through the peacemakers Point of view and eyes. Imagine, being able to Be Martin Luther Ki ...

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  • Apply standard's for bicyclists to attach a device that is activated when the cyclist is in motion, which communicates with vehicles in the vicinity of the cyclist to notify a driver of the presence of a bicyclist. A small indicator on the vehicle dashboard would appear ...

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  • Yulius Silalahi (@yulius.silalahi) | in Mar 2016
    I was born in Bandung, Indonesia. It is a beautiful city, even more nowadays. Since we have a mayor with Master of Urban Design degree from University of California, Berkeley, Bandung city is becoming more, and more unique and beautiful. He created more parks, which ver ...

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  • Samuel Musungwini (@samuelmusungwini) | in Mar 2016
    The city fathers can encourage use of bicycles by creating more bicycle parking spaces in the CBD and creating more cycle ways from the CBD to all location in the city. This reduce a lot of conjestion characterising the CBD. The city fathers can itroduce a dial a ride sy ...

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  • Ashwin Kumar (@ashwin) | in Feb 2016
    Government can improve the bicycle safety by increasing the utilization of bicycle service among the daily commuters in the city. If companies, government, schools and colleges start providing the bicycle to the students and employees for free to travel from home to thei ...

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  • Niko Narimanidze (@nikonarimanidze) | in Feb 2016
    Many people has a bike and they do not know how to ride it, i think it will be good idea to make driving licence test and if someone could not pass it, they should not have right to ride a bike.
  • Niko Narimanidze (@nikonarimanidze) | in Feb 2016
    I think the main problem why city government does not care about bikes is that, it is not popular enough, I think fierst we need to show people why bike is good, because it is good for healthy, not bad for environment and funny. I think we need to make some competition t ...

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  • m2c13t96 (@m2c13t96) | in Feb 2016
    Though there are bike lanes on our roads, not many chose to ride bikes because it does not seem safe. These lanes are marked by paint. Since there are are only a few bikers, these lanes are usually empty and the painted markings are ignored. Bikers must proceed with cau ...

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