Wednesday, March 13, 2013

B I K E S M E A N B U S I N E $ $

“The MUTCD was great for when we built the national highway system in the 1960′s,” today we require design standards for the 21st Century where other mobility modes of walking and biking are resurging, along with the vitality of our urban cores."

Sales tax revenues are up 50% along 8th and 9th,” where she installed the first protected bike lanes in the U.S. “Commercial vacancies are at zero along Columbus Avenue,” where you’ll find more of these separated bike paths." - Janette Sadik-Kahn, NYC Transportation Coordinator, National Bike Summit,

"We're gonna do it with or without the Feds."

These 2 days feel like a hothouse incubator for how to reinvigorate our cities, while at the same time, moving our society to a healthier and more sustainable future.

Yes, all due to the bicycle. 

Frank Peters attended the National Bike Summit March 4-6 2013 in Washington DC and brought us these goodies! Go Frank!     see Bike Newport Beach

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