Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Office of Sustainability It’s the end of the summer and time for kids to head back to school. So how do you combine school’s three R’s of reading, writing and ‘rithmetic with the planet’s three R’s of reduce, reuse, and recycle? We all know that...

Do you have dreams of leaving Austin traffic behind by making the switch to public transportation or bike transit? Want to lower your carbon footprint and drive less, but don't know how? Smart Trips Austin (a program supported by the City of Austin and Cap Metro) is giving away free...

There's an election going on right now in Austin and after 12 days of early voting, turnout in Travis County is still less than 6 percent! Here's the deal - Elections are important. Most people seem to understand that, but we also tend to forget how important they are when...

Sponsored Post - from the City of Austin Office of Sustainability Friday is Bike to Work Day, a time when Austinites are encouraged to ditch their cars and give commuting by bicycle a try. Bike commuting is a great way to reduce your personal carbon footprint,...

Always wanted to ride your bike to work, but never really had the chance to try it out? Well here's your opportunity. Friday, May 19th is Bike to Work Day. What is Bike to Work Day? The mission of Bike To Work Day is to attract new...

BikeAustin, CNU-CTX, People For Bikes, the City of Austin Transportation Department, and the New Urbanism Film Festival are hosting "Cycling for Cities," a program of inspiring and lively short films about how bicycling improves cities and the lives of the people who live in them. Cycling for Cities...

Have an outgrown, underutilized, or gently used bike lying around the house? Give it a second life with the new "Keep Kids and Bikes Moving" campaign, launched this month by Earth Day Austin, the Bicycle Sport Shop, and the Yellow Bike Project. Throughout the month...