Categories Uncategorized The data is clear: cycling infrastructure boots ridership and ridership boosts safety. Chart comes from Jan Gehl’s “Cities for People” Post author By Austin Taylor Post date December 22, 2019 No Comments on The data is clear: cycling infrastructure boots ridership and ridership boosts safety. Chart comes from Jan Gehl’s “Cities for People” View on Instagram https://ift.tt/36YLRKo Share this:FacebookEmailTwitterPinterest Tags IFTTT, Instagram ← We’d like to highlight @provocity Councilman @georgebhandley. He practices what he preaches. “When I was first elected, I committed to riding my bike to most city meetings. I kept that commitment. Then UVX came on board and I committed to using that instead. I love UVX. As I am now the proud owner of an eBike, I use it as well to travel to all of my city meetings, even in cold weather. I love it. I am doing my part and hope you do as well so that we keep our emissions down and our air quality up. I am averaging about 150 miles per month commuting on my bike.” → Another city councilmember feature: Dave Harding. Dave lives in Dixon, right outside downtown and commutes to most city meetings by bike. Thanks for your example, Dave! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.