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How to Design a Bicycle City
Washington, D.C. has moved from the bottom of the rankings to being a top 10 bicycle-friendly city in just ten years. “Why invest in bicycle infrastructure?,” asked Jim Sebastian, D.C. Department of Transportation. An eight mile car ride puts 15 pounds of air pollution into the atmosphere while the same bicycle trip creates no emissions. Bicyclists help reduce congestion. They create economic benefits. A district study found the biking industry contributed $24 million to the D.C. economy just through jobs for bike store employees. In addition, bicycle parking spots mean more customers can access storefronts. The health benefits are also well-known. In the district, 55 percent of residents are overweight or obese. “Leisurely bicycling burns 300 calories per hour. You also don’t have to go somewhere to exercise. It can just be part of your routine.”
Lack of Infrastructure Threatens German Cyclists
Germany has never had so many cyclists, but the country lacks the infrastructure to handle the spike in two-wheeler traffic. Accident levels have increased dramatically, but experts say cities can't keep up.
Oxford honored for bike-friendly programs
The college recently received the Bicycle Friendly Award from the Northeast Georgia Regional Commission. The college was selected for the award based on its numerous programs in support of bicycling. Assistant Athletics Director Pete Sherrard accepted the award at a recent ceremony in Athens.
Company uses free bikes as part of wellness program
Badger Alloys employee Jerome Johnson picked up a new bike Friday, part of a wellness program that could save his employer money on health care in the future.
Americans Work 2 Hours Each Day To Pay For Their Cars
500 hours a year - or 2 hours each day - is roughly the equivalent to what the average American worker will work in order to pay for their cars (the average is between 1.46 hour/day and 2.90 hours/day depending on which data is used).
A Place in Naugatuck History: The Golden Age of Bicycling
By the mid 1890’s, “ The Golden Age of Bicycling “ had arrived in Naugatuck as cycling or “wheeling” became a fad in the United States and Europe as well.
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