As a New Yorker who has spent two years researching roads and transportation across the United States, I am saddened to see our city falling behind places like downtown Albuquerque, where one-way streets have become more pedestrian-friendly two-way streets, and car lanes are replaced by bike lanes, with bike racks everywhere.The full piece is in the New York Times, but you may need to be a subscriber to read it here.
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
A New Yorker's lament
This by Robert Sullivan puts the Miami area's bicycle needs in perspective:
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