You will recall a few years ago, when Ron Floth retired from the RTC, we were all very sad and wondered out loud how he could ever be replaced. Then the pandemic hit, and we wondered IF he would ever be replaced. Fast forward to 2022, and not only has the RTC filled this position […]
Introducing Alison Cormier of SNMBA
This post was contributed by Alison Cormier, Education Coordinator for the Southern Nevada Mountain Biking Association! We have long been advocacy partners with the SNMBA as our mission is “to advocate for safer roadways, better trails, and more bicycling opportunities.” Even though recently we have been focused on road bike safety education campaigns, we love […]
New buffered bike lanes unveiled on South Fort Apache Road!
In case you missed it, another segment of the south Fort Apache Road improvement project was just completed in August. In an announcement by Las Vegas Commissioner Justin Jones, cyclists can now enjoy riding in the newly constructed buffered bike lanes on Fort Apache from Maule Avenue north of Warm Springs to Huntington Cove/Sherwood Greens, […]
Honoring December 10th
December 10th marked the first anniversary of Las Vegas’ worst cycling tragedy. Just after dawn on Saturday morning, about 350 cyclists braved the freezing temperatures to ride approximately 8 miles on the Las Vegas Strip as a way to remember the five cyclists that were hit and killed by an impaired driver. The morning started […]
Let’s Get There Together Campaign Update!
Let’s Get There Together is rooted in hope. While we’re asking everyone, motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians, to look ahead, be visible, and end collisions, we’re also asking Las Vegas to reimagine itself as a safe place for cyclists and pedestrians. And where people are invested in one another’s well-being. That’s what we explained to local […]
Protect Clark County’s Youth and Change Lanes for Bikes
With pedestrian and cyclist fatalities up over 2020, the cycling advocacy group urges all road users to do their part to slow the number of collisions in Southern Nevada. At the end of Q2, 2021, Clark County’s pedestrian fatalities were up 21.43 percent over last year, while bicyclist fatalities were up 400 percent, according to […]