Commuting by Bike Up in NYC (and How to Accomplish the Same in Other Cities)

Commuting by Bike Up in NYC (and How to Accomplish the Same in Other Cities)
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New York City is making life easier for bikers and pedestrians.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 11 november 2009

StreetsBlog reports that bike commuting in New York City shot up 26 percent in 2009, according to data released by the Department of Transportation.  This increase marks the second straight year of cycling growth in the city – last year, it grew by 35 percent.

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