We have all said the three most important priorities for Tennessee are Education, Education, and more Education. Whereas, Tennessee did okay in LAB's Bike Friendly State assessment. We ranked so low in education that we were almost off the chart. May be this is another "less talk" more "action." Philip found a great series by League of Illinois Bicyclists. (Click here for info)
Planning for bike-friendly communities is becoming more common in major cities, suburbs, and small towns across the country. Everyday decisions by planners, engineers, and others affect how safe and convenient it is to bike for recreation or transportation. However, most of these officials have had little to no training on these issues.
So how does Bike Walk Tennessee want to get started at this?
The view from the road: Thoughts from a ride leader at the Indego bike share launch - Katie Monroe and a group from Point Breeze. (All photos by Lora Reehling.) This post originally appeared on Philly.com. Thirty seconds into the Indego bi...
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