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Results tagged with 'walking'

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Stop for pedestrians

Published June 21, 2013

Great cities are built for people. Thus, it's important to soften traffic and for you stop for pedestrians. Obeying the law also is important.


Rise in transit tides lifts all boats

Published May 16, 2013

Everyone wants to be able to get around a city easily. It's simple in stuff. Cities need bike lanes, roads, side walks, taxis, rail, trolleys, busses and other forms of transit to move people from here to there.


The adventures of Milverine

Published May 14, 2013

Kudos to Allison Miller who, via Facebook, posted this awesome class project of Milwaukee "super hero" Milverine.



Published Jan. 2, 2013

Now that our office is Downtown, I have a lot of walkable options, which is good, since parking in a garage really cuts down one's spontaneity for driving around for lunch. However, when it's really cold out, walking anywhere is a pain, and only now am I coming to appreciate Downtown's extensive skywalk system.


Bike Federation pushes pedaling to school

Published Sept. 26, 2012

Next week is International Walk to School Day and in preparation, I heard a Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin representative pitch the Safe Routes to Schools program.

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Walking Tall

Thursday December 13th, 2012 – Fox Lake, IL    I’m delighted to be able to say truthfully that I’ve been keeping up with my physical exercising as of late. That’s one thing that is truly an individual decision, and everyone is accountable for it. It’s no...

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