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    50 Things That Changed Cycling

    by  • December 6, 2012 • No Digest • 0 Comments

    Featured in UK’s Cycling Weekly – By Chris Sidwells — This is a British magazine, and although this is a list of things that changed cycling as a whole, we kick off with something that changed cycling in this country, and probably changed it forever. Cycling was already on the way up in the...

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    Researchers Find Link Between Autism and Traffic Pollution

    by  • December 3, 2012 • Health, No Digest • 0 Comments

    DC.Streetsblog — By Angie Schmitt One more reason to reduce driving: Exposure to high levels of traffic pollutants may increase the risk that children will develop autism, according to a study published recently in the Archives of General Psychology. Researchers from the University of California Keck School of Medicine examined traffic-related air pollution levels...

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    Upcoming Events In New Castle, Kent and Cecil Counties

    by  • November 9, 2012 • Events • 0 Comments

    Upcoming Events – s (PAST) Complete Communities Delaware 2012 Summit – November 13, 8:30AM-4 p.m.  Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. This event will bring together local, regional, and national private- and public-sector leaders, as well as community stakeholders, to discuss opportunities and issues related to complete communities in Delaware. (PAST) Capital City Trail Public Workshop – November 14,...

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    NYC bike infrastructure fuels huge post-Sandy bicycling boom

    by  • November 9, 2012 • Bicycle Friendly Places, Transit • 0 Comments

    Years of bike improvements pay off in spades as the city tries to rebuild its transit system – Cross posted from Mobilizing the Region – by Sam Handler — A week after Hurricane Sandy, a conversation about “hurricane-proofing” New York City has already begun. Storm barriers, subway tunnel plugs, new wetlands, and oysters are all on the table....

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    Tweed, Not Speed For Felix in DC

    by  • November 8, 2012 • Cool People, Events • 0 Comments

    Official 2012 DC Tweed Ride Revisited, by Felix Cartagena ~ I survived the 2012 DC Tweed Ride. The first few miles were stop and go in heavy traffic. Once we got into the neighborhoods it got easier bit still a lot of hills. We cruised through Gallaudet University, much to the amusement of the...

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