26 Aug '16, 6pm

#SaferStreets are better for businesses, families, and the community. Learn more:

#SaferStreets are better for businesses, families, and the community. Learn more:

One of the biggest challenges in our current transportation system is the way our streets are designed. In many parts of our communities the only safe option for people to get around town is to drive a car, raising costs and limiting options for businesses, families, and the community as a whole. Last year, St Paul sought to address this issue by creating and passing a long-term plan for expanding safe transportation options throughout the city. This bike plan established a comprehensive network of safe bike routes – making it easier for people to reduce congestion, wear and tear, and their associated costs on our streets. Now, with a long term plan in place, business leaders, city officials, and state lawmakers are standing up to support safer streets for St Paul.

Full article: http://fresh-energy.org/2016/08/saferstreets-are-better-f...

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