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#bikewalkprovostories Austin Taylor “At the beginning of the pandemic as things shut down, I put my everyday bike in the shed and left it there for a week. I walked everywhere instead as I had more time on my hands and fewer places to go. It was eye-opening. I noticed architecture and public art I hadn’t before. I stopped at local restaurants and shops more frequently to get a snack. I crossed paths with friends and chatted (six feet way, of course). A city that encourages walking and makes it safe to do so will have a healthier, more connected community and stronger economy.”

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