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Protected bike lanes promote better health

Author: Dana Kazel on Jul 11 2017

After years of building streets for motorized vehicles, the trend has shifted to better accomodate bicyclists and pedestrians. Public Health nurses among those advocating for this change. Here's why...

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Protected bike lanes promote better health

After years of building streets for motorized vehicles, the trend has shifted to better accomodate bicyclists and pedestrians. Public Health nurses among those advocating for this change. Here's why...

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