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Safe Routes to School: Lochmaben

How do you get to school safely in a rural area? If you live outside Lochmaben, current Council policy is that journeys up to 2 miles (for children under 8) and up to 3 miles are the parents responsibility. 202 more words

Council Matters

Ithaca to build Bicycle Boulevard Network this summer

Tom Knipe moved to the snowy town of Ithaca from the rainy town of Portland, Oregon in 2009 to finish a graduate degree in planning at Cornell University’s Department of City and Regional Planning. 568 more words

Ithaca to build Bicycle Boulevard Network this summer

Tom Knipe moved to the snowy town of Ithaca from the rainy town of Portland, Oregon in 2009 to finish a graduate degree in planning at Cornell University’s Department of City and Regional Planning. 568 more words

Stories

The Great Traverse City Bike Train Experiment Is Coming

We are thrilled to announce that Norte! has been selected by The Michigan Fitness Foundation and Michigan Department of Transportation to receive a $25,000 Safe Routes To School grant for the  Traverse City Area Public Schools. 363 more words

Farm Safety Brings Reflective Vests and Scooter Safety Education to Our Amish Friends

A couple of years ago we were visiting our friends the Stoltzfuses, an Amish family living in Lancaster County, and I was delighted to see that the kids were starting to wear high visibility reflective vests when riding their scooters to school and around town. 232 more words

Active Transportation

Regional funding looks at students' travel needs

Arguably, transportation investments made for one part of a community can benefit others — such as a street to a new development, which serves people driving to and from their homes and service deliveries, but also serves older adults who walk for health, exercise, and to maintain social connections, as well as youth walking or bicycling to and from school, the library, or their local playground. 955 more words

News

Why are Citizens Against More Housing But Not Traffic Congestion?

There is a very strong movement against Housing Growth and where to place mandated housing in Cupertino fueled in part because of traffic congestion around their neighborhoods and schools.  745 more words

Considerations