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Bikeability Checklist: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center

This checklist can help to evaluate your neighborhood's bikeability by examining, walking comfort, safety, surface, street crossings, and driver behavior. In addition to the questions, the Checklist provides both immediate answers and long-term solutions to a neighborhood's potential problems.



OrganizationPedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
Resource TypeToolkit
URLwww.bicyclinginfo.org/cps/checklist.cfm
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