John Pucher on “Building a bicycling renaissance in Seattle”

July 15, 2013

In this weekend’s Seattle Times, EJB’s John Pucher discusses Seattle’s decline in bicycling. Once the vanguard of bicycling in North America with one of the highest commuting rates of any major city, Seattle has fallen greatly behind in the last two decades due to a lack  of neighborhood greenways and poorly designed bike lanes.

http://seattletimes.com/html/opinion/2021383676_johnpucheroped14xml.html

 

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