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EV Dream Pedals Home - - If not a bike, why not a TWIKE? This article, By Ron Manganiello, describes the 3-wheeled, Swiss-made twin bike (TWIKE) he purchased. It's electric/human-powered, cheap to recharge, and usable year-round.

Solutions for Safer Streets - - Cites programs in Ashville, NC, Austin, TX, Helena, MT, and Seattle, WA, in a set of recommendations any community could implement to make its streets more walkable. This is Chapter 4 of TransAct's report. Mean Streets.

The New Rules Project - Designing Rules As If Community Matters - - Your community wants to limit sprawl and other community-destroyers, but where do you start? The New Rules Project identifies rules that honor a sense of place and prize rootedness, continuity and stability as well as innovation and enterprise. It contains a growing storehouse of community and local economy-building rules--laws, regulations, ordinances, statutes. The companion website to their excellent book, The Hometown Advantage.

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EV Dream Pedals Home - - If not a bike, why not a TWIKE? This article, By Ron Manganiello, describes the 3-wheeled, Swiss-made twin bike (TWIKE) he purchased. It's electric/human-powered, cheap to recharge, and usable year-round.

Solutions for Safer Streets - - Cites programs in Ashville, NC, Austin, TX, Helena, MT, and Seattle, WA, in a set of recommendations any community could implement to make its streets more walkable. This is Chapter 4 of TransAct's report. Mean Streets.

The New Rules Project - Designing Rules As If Community Matters - - Your community wants to limit sprawl and other community-destroyers, but where do you start? The New Rules Project identifies rules that honor a sense of place and prize rootedness, continuity and stability as well as innovation and enterprise. It contains a growing storehouse of community and local economy-building rules--laws, regulations, ordinances, statutes. The companion website to their excellent book, The Hometown Advantage.

The Yellow Bike Project - - The Yellow Bike Project is public transportation with a difference. The Project's free-to-borrow bikes provide an inner city option to cars and busses. Portland, Santa Cruz, CA and Austin, TX have Yellow Bikes. Find out how to start a Yellow Bike Project in your town!

 

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