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Marymoor Park in King County, Washington, is accessible by bicycle or foot for residents far beyond the immediate neighborhood because of its extensive trail connections. This large park has ball ...

Bicycle use has risen steadily in Huntsville, Alabama, the state.s fourth largest city. However, existing roads were mostly not designed for cyclists, and signage had fallen into disrepair. Faced w ...

Paths to Health is a project of the Rhode Island Prevention Coalition, a public-private partnership of public health agencies, nonprofit organizations and insurance companies. Founded in 1997, the ...

The Marshfield Clinic is a private consortium of several hundred physicians spread throughout Wisconsin, and is based in the town of Marshfield. Alarmed by the growing incidence of obesity-related ...

The New Jersey DOT funds several local aid programs that are aimed at helping local governments provide more transportation choice, particularly for active travel through bicycling and walking. The ...

Lexington-Euclid Avenue Despite being the home of the University of Kentucky (UK), Lexington was a city bereft of bike lanes and sidewalks. When students, university staff and other residents calle ...

The Menomonee River Valley, southwest of downtown Milwaukee, is at the heart of some of the poorest neighborhoods in Wisconsin. A former industrial area and at one time the economic engine of Milwa ...

Hoping to enhance an already bicycle-friendly city, the Berkeley City Council adopted the Berkeley Bicycle Plan in 2000, creating a comprehensive vision of the future of bicycling in the city. Sinc ...

The new 17th street bridge spanning the freeways in Atlanta is bright yellow - and it deserves that arresting color. The $38-million bridge represents a new commitment to bicycling and walking in ...

Davis, California, is often called the most bicycle-friendly city in the country. Since the 1960.s, when university students and other advocates began to demand better treatment for bicyclists, it ...

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