Jim Reed Elected as NYBC Board President

Attorney Jim Reed, managing partner of the Ziff Law Firm in Elmira, was recently elected president of the board of the New York Bicycling Coalition (NYBC). “The New York Bicycling Coalition is dedicated to making bicycling safer for all New Yorkers,” said Reed, who has handled hundreds of bicycle accident cases in his 27 years as…

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New York Bicycling Coalition Seeking Executive Director

The New York Bicycling Coalition (NYBC), a twenty-five year old non-profit organization based in Albany, New York, is seeking a full-time Executive Director. Since 1990, New York Bicycling Coalition (NYBC) has served the State of New York and its residents by providing a clear and consistent voice for the interests of people who ride bikes and by promoting…

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Josh Wilson Stepping Down as Executive Director of NYBC

New York Bicycling Coalition announces the resignation of our Executive Director, Josh Wilson, who has served in the position since 2013. Under his tenure Josh built the financial and political strength of the organization, and from day one he sought new and more effective ways of achieving progress toward NYBC’s mission.  Mr. Wilson worked to…

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Happy Bike Spring!

Submitted by NYBC Board President Paul Winkeller “Happy Bike Spring.” These words make sense in any context, even if some of us still have snow to shovel, which unfortunately is still the case in many parts of New York State. Thanks to our former intern and now Interim Program Coordinator Collin Hodges and an NYBC…

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March 13th Advocacy Day – New Yorkers for Active Transportation (NY4AT)

New Yorkers for Active Transportation (NY4AT) NYBC has joined with Parks & Trails NY (PTNY) and Tri-State Transportation Campaign (TSTC) and other bicycle-pedestrian advocates to form New Yorkers for Active Transportation (NY4AT), a coalition dedicated to working with stakeholders to assure equitable funding for non‐motorized transportation, including complete streets, community multi‐use trails, and safer and increased levels of bicycling…

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“Protect Bicycle Funding” – NYBC testifies to State Legislature 2013-01-31

On January 31, 2013 Brian Kehoe, NYBC Executive Director provided testimony to the NYS Joint Legislative Budget hearing on Transportation (Brian’s testimony starts at 4 hrs and 7 min.) Brian spoke about the crucial importance of bicycling in the transportation systems of communities all across New York.  He noted the high number of crashes involving…

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NYBC-led advocacy coalition gets national coverage!

New Yorkers for Active Transportation is an exciting advocacy initiative that is co-led by NYBC.  The NY4AT coalition received marquee coverage in this month’s edition of the League of American Bicyclist’s magazine.  Check it out HERE and see page 13. For more info about NY4AT search for other stories on the topic on the NYBC website.

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Take Action! Your elected official can tell Albany to support bike-ped funding

Check out this sample letter for elected officials! Your community can tell Albany to properly spend bicycle-pedestrian funds. New Yorkers of all ages and abilities want safe, healthy, and low-cost active transportation. For more than two decades federal transportation monies have helped communities make that happen by providing funds to build bicycle and pedestrian paths, bike lanes, sidewalks, and…

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Article describes activities of coalition that NYBC co-leads

Safe Routes to School funding is at risk, even though interventions like crosswalks and signage are proven to reduce pedestrian injuries. | Photo: Safe Routes to School National Partnership

A recently-released study on the effectiveness of Safe Routes to School (SRTS) interventions in New York City found that there was a significant reduction in school-age […]

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