They keep us healthy, they employ our citizens, but don’t expect them to activate our cities
An interview with two of Rochester’s newest cyclists
With a little research, we can find the stress-free bike routes through our communities
A Rochester museum gets a $60 million upgrade, 43% of which is parking
Rochester’s downtown is alive, and the source of much debate… a clear sign that people are choosing city pride over indifference
This decision should be seen as a positive sign of projected growth in Rochester, not as a deterrent.
A bike, a cell phone and a beautiful city on a stunning June evening
6th Graders from Rochester’s Genesee Community Charter School present an ambitious project, tackling issues of equity, poverty and the barriers that separate our cities
Bike Share & Bike Culture With Guest Aviva Manin from Pace Bike Share
We talk about our city neighborhoods and civic engagement with Rochester’s Rachel Snyder
Rochester resident and Urbanist Carolyn Levine joins me in studio to talk city life. Also, I revisit my recent trip to Schenectady
The unremarkable things I see on my ride to work, and why they are so important to remember.
Lack of enforcement and maintenance begs the question… is Rochester’s bike infrastructure for real or for show?
Three questions for a dedicated cycling and urban activist in Rochester
High speed rail would be great for New York, but a simpler, more cost effective solution is the right one.