Courant Editorial: Congress should not cut bike lanes fundsJun 5th, 2011 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news | Category: Bicycling
With its unique assets, you might think the country’s leaders would be foursquare behind the two-wheeler and support pro-biking policies.
Bicycles move people without combusting fossil fuels, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions and lessening dependence on foreign oil. At the same time, bikes provide life-sustaining aerobic exercise and make transit-oriented development work well.
Read more here: Congress should not cut bike lanes funds – Hartford Courant.