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Bike Sharing Programs Proliferate In Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Venice

Ventura County features an expanding network of bikeways for recreation and daily commuting, but if you want to explore our neighbors to the south while leaving your bike at home, the cities of Los Angeles and Santa Monica have introduced robust bike-sharing programs.

Increased Online Shopping, Home Delivery, Threatens Traffic Gridlock or Maybe Not

French critic Alphonse Karr died in 1890, so he never saw a diesel-powered delivery truck rolling on Oxnard Boulevard, let alone the myriad items available via the internet. He did, however, give us a phrase that describes a new transportation dilemma: The more things change, the more they are the same.

Tips for Recognizing Dangerous Heat Illness In Two-Legged and Four-Legged Friends

As part of our support for your active transportation (cycling and walking), we offered tips on walking in high heat and/or humidity. Now we offer tips on avoiding heat illness for you and the four-footed friends who walk and cycle with you.

Seven Tips for New and Experienced Walkers As Ventura County Temperatures Rise

Although Ventura County’s maximum summer temperatures hover around the mid-70s, walkers can find themselves striding on hotter days and in high-temperature locations. To help keep our walking friends healthy, we offer seven tips to consider while they practice humankind’s oldest form of transportation.

New Bicycle Map Presents Additional County Bike Lanes

A new countrywide bikeways map is available on the VCTC website. If paper is your preferred medium, VCTC’s Richard Holzer will gladly provide a hard copy version of the latest map for free.

Weary of Your Ever-longer Commute? Your Profession Might Contribute

The clever people of the University of Minnesota’s Minnesota Population Center have sifted microdata from the 2014 U.S. Census and arrived at several amazing conclusions: You may face a longer commute depending on your profession and the industry in which you work.

Commutes are growing longer in the United States and that leads to less sleep and exercise, worse eating habits, and less time for family and socializing. After all, there are only so many hours in a day.

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