Magazine Features


Interviews

Who Rides The Bus? Exploring The Stereotypes And Stigma Of Washington’s Public Transit, WAMU, August 2017

Expert panel discussed impact of race in community design Nov. 7, Arch One, November 2016

DIY urban planning is happening all over the country. Is it only for white people?, The Washington Post, October 27, 2016

The People Issue, Washington City Paper, 2015

Meet The Women Trying To Change Perceptions About Black Bikers, Think Progress, October 2014

A spin with the D.C. bicycle crowd leads to a tad more sympathy, The Washington Post, August 2014

On D.C.'s Entitled Cyclists, The Washington City Paper, July 2014

Bicyclists ride in response to ‘The Washington Post’ column, WTOP, July 2014

Veronica O. Davis Civil Engineer and Black Women Bike DC Founder, Momentum Magazine, April 2014

Nspiregreen Owners Named Businesswomen of the Year, East of the River Magazine, February 2014

Interview: Veronica O. Davis of Black Women Bike D.C., BicycleTimes, January 2014

Changing lanes: Black women band together in the D.C. bike scene, Grist, September 2013

D.C. To Start Study Of Nine-Mile Streetcar Line From Buzzard Point To Takoma, WAMU, September 2013

How D.C. Blazed the Bike Path, The Washington Post, September 2013

How A Minority Biking Group Raises The Profile Of Cycling, NPR, July 2013

The Daily Drum, WHUR, May 2013

Our Region’s Growing Bike Culture, WAMU, March 2013

Nine Questions with Veronica O. Davis, Bicycling, March 2013

Interview with Veronica O. Davis, P.E., Green Octopus, July 2012

Trade Secrets, The Washington Post Express, July 2012

Black women take their place in D.C.’s bike lanes, The Washington Post, July 2011

Does Urbanism have to be black or white, Grist, December 2010