Skip Orlando. Sing the commute electric. Infracult?

If you liked the game Frogger and you’re a pedestrian, you’ll love Orlando. Thoughts on a Transportation for America survey. (New York Times)

“Electric bicycling, conventional bicycling and walking each have about the same [environmental] impact when considering commuting to work.” (MIT white paper)

Here’s a relatively recent claim for bicycle sharing programs. They save lives. (British Medical Journal)

Has the desire to build new roads become evidence of cult-like behavior? (New Urban Network)

The bookmobile just got smaller. Laura Moulton delivers books to the homeless–by bicycle. (Christian Science Monitor)

About 16incheswestofpeoria

Former bicycle mechanic, current peruser of books, feeder of birds.
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