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Bicycling on the Comeback Trail: From Childhood Fun to Innovative Transit Solution
17 March 2015 |
The period of 1965 to 1975 has been labeled the “bike boom” because bicycles had the biggest increase in popularity in their 154-year history in the United States. Residents in cities across the U.S. took advantage of this healthy and practical form of transportation. Four decades later there seems to be a resurgence in the popularity of bikes as local governments discover how bicycling can be advantageous for the community. Check out these resources on how to use biking to help address sustainability and infrastructure issues.
Does your community have innovative ways to use bicycling to address lifestyle, sustainability, and infrastructure challenges? Please post your stories below.
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