Cycling for Everyone

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  • Cycling is a great blessing that more people should take advantage of I think. The only downside to it is that you can't cycle with a lot of luggage and the sad fact that the air in the big cities is polluted...
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Cycling for Everyone

  1. Cycling for Everyone: Lessons for Vancouver from the Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany John Pucher and Ralph Buehler Rutgers University (http://policy.rutgers.edu/faculty/pucher.html) Pucher and Buehler: Cycling for Everyone
  2. Reasons for everyone to support cycling: •Improved mobility options for everyone •Improved traffic safety and more livable neighborhoods •More daily physical activity and improved health •Reduced air, water, and ground pollution; less noise; less disruption of natural ecosystems •Reduced traffic congestion, parking needs, energy use •Reduced Greenhouse Gases (remember Kyoto?) Pucher and Buehler: Cycling for Everyone

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