|The Bike Show is heard first Wednesdays from 11am-noon on KBOO FM 90.7.|
December 06, 2013
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Tori and Steph speak with PSU/OTREC researcher Kelly Clifton about her research on the consumer habits of folks using different modes of transportation (spoiler: people traveling by bike spend just as much, but in different patterns).
November 07, 2013
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Michelle and Tori talk with Randy Cohen, formerly "The Ethicist" columnist for the New York Times, now host of "Person Place Thing". They discuss the ethics of everything from paying your transit fare, to who gets the last bike share bike at a station, to whether it's ethical (if not legal) to ride through a red light if there is no cross traffic. Randy claims to be "much less nice" than either Michelle or Tori, but withdraws the comment when Michelle confesses to dealing physically with a bike messenger who tried to run her down in a crosswalk.
October 02, 2013
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In the second segment we hear from LeeAnne Fergason, Education Director for the Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Gabe Graff of the Portland Bureau of Transportation and Robert Ping of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership about Safe Routes to Schools.
September 05, 2013
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Steph and guest host Mychal Tetteh talk about the open streets movement (events like Sunday Parkways) world wide. They discuss LA's CycLAvia with Dr. Adonia Lugo and talk with a number of organizers and participants in Portland's Sunday Parkways.
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