If Only … Bike Lanes were Ubiquitous

Two and a half miles to dinner (x2) – about 16 minutes – is easy. Bicycling as transportation is something other countries (and some American cities) understand. It’s about time we did so as well.

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  2. Simon Campbell April 18, 2014 at 07:59

    Bike lanes encourage healthy transportation and protect the rider’s health. Though rarely addressed, I wonder if bike lanes have any impact on a property’s value. At least it should have an impact on the quality of life for that neighborhood or city. In my opinion, installation of bike lanes should be mandatory on all urban road renovation/improvement projects.

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