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2 Weeks Remain in Our Call for Proposals
May 16, 2018  
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Livable Communities Newsletter
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It’s Time to Break Out the Bike
Bicycle-share systems have been popping up in all sorts of cities and towns since 2010. The city pictured here launched one of the first large-scale bike-share programs in the United States. Hint: It offers a nice ride despite the ice.
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Building Blocks for Better Bicycling
Check out seven street-level solutions that make cycling safer for people of all ages.
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Public Transit and Bikesharing — Transit agencies and bike-sharing programs are working on ways to work together.
Source: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine ►
The Most Bike-Friendly Cities in Every Single State — The choices are good for both local and visiting cyclists. See if you agree. Source: Reader’s Digest ►
There Is Such a Thing as Oversharing — Take a look at where no bike-friendly city or bike-share program wants to go. Source: The Atlantic ►
Session proposals for the 2018 AARP Livable Communities National Conference are due by May 31.
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