Twin Cities Streets for People

Local blogger Taylor Carik linked to a great bicycle-centric site on his "Best of 2008" mediation blog called "Twin Cities Streets for People" that chronicles distributed efforts in the metro area to make a people-driven transportation network a sustainable possibility in the world of $4/gallon gasoline. It looks to be a great resource for anyone interested in new techniques being developed to make the roads and byways of the cities more accessible, safe, and effective for bicycle travel.

As a side note, Carik also co-hosts the locally produced FLAK radio podcast with City Pages columnist Jim Norton. I was a guest on their show this week talking about the launch of the Regionalities blog and other topics related to the Humphrey blogging initiative.

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