The Netherlands is using recycled soda bottles to create brand new bike paths for its citizens. Luckily for townships and villages in the US, there are more proven ways to create strong, stable, and environmentally friendly pathways for pedestrians and bikers alike.
After struggling with the effects of fugitive road dust, this New Zealand couple is leading the charge to repair the local town’s unpaved roads.
Iowa’s Greene County is struggling with rising costs of transportation for school children. Could an effective soil stabilization program help reduce those expenses?
One group of bikers sought out an unlikely trip — a trek up Europe’s most active volcano. Surprisingly, the biggest challenge they faced might have been the unpaved roads.
With many of Portland’s unpaved roads in sore need of repair, where will the city find the money to renovate them?