All Things Bicycle: Urban Development, Sustainability And Commuting

In this Tuesday, June 11, 2013 photo, cyclists ride on Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago. The city joins New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco this year in turning loose the nation’s largest bike-sharing programs, Divvy, catapulting what was once a way for smaller cities to showcase their eco-friendly qualities into the mainstream transportation options of the country’s very largest urban expanses. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen)
Cyclists ride on Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen) AP Photo
In this Tuesday, June 11, 2013 photo, cyclists ride on Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago. The city joins New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco this year in turning loose the nation’s largest bike-sharing programs, Divvy, catapulting what was once a way for smaller cities to showcase their eco-friendly qualities into the mainstream transportation options of the country’s very largest urban expanses. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen)
Cyclists ride on Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen) AP Photo

All Things Bicycle: Urban Development, Sustainability And Commuting

On today’s show, we kick off Bike To Work Week with a conversation with Jay Walder, president and CEO of Motivate, the parent company of Chicago bike share program Divvy. Plus, we’re joined by Ron Burke, the executive director of the Active Transportation Alliance, John Castro of the Studio Gang architecture firm and Paul Fitzgerald, manager of Working Bikes.