Companies need to offer commute alternatives to driving solo if they want to attract and retain top talent. Especially Millennials.
It was Bike-to-Work Day here in the San Francisco Bay Area and thousands of cyclists hit the streets. It felt like Amsterdam, where bikes outnumbered cars, in some instances by as much as 3 to 1.
We’re fat. We’re lazy. And we’re expensive. Sixty-one percent of adults in the US are overweight or obese and 70% are sedentary. Our sedentary lifestyle is making us unhealthy and costing us a lot of money.
Have you noticed the words “sustainable” and “sustainability” everywhere? They’ve made their way into popular culture—in magazines, on billboards and well, toilet paper packaging. But what do they mean and why should we care?
Stanford and UC-Davis are known for their bike-friendly campuses. Is that just because they’re in Northern California, where cycling year-round is do-able?
Commuting dollars for bike commuters were saved in a last-minute deal in Washington at the end of 2010.