For thousands who bike around Cleveland, the city's embrace of Complete and Green Streets (2011) must have felt like a big group hug. Here was a promise to paint in bike lanes or at the very least raise their visibility on the road with painted symbols like sharrows.
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Would you be more likely to bike from the Near West Side to downtown Cleveland if you knew a protected bike path was waiting for you on the sidewalk of Ontario Street? Would you bike your family down to a day game or convince your date who’s a little wobbly on two wheels to take the bike path on the...
Grist.com recently visited bike capital Copenhagen; They came back with a bunch of lessons for America. The big one? Make biking safe for everyone—not just the young and fearless—if you want more people to try it.
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