Friday, May 6, 2011

Perils For Pedestrians 69: New England

--The Kids and Transportation education program teaches mobility to children in Portland, Maine.
--The Golden Shoes treasure hunt makes walking fun in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
--The Cambridge Walks coalition promotes walking in several ways.
--The Connecticut Bicycle Coalition in Hartford has issued a report, Deadly by Design.
--A National Heritage Corridor follows the Blackstone River from Worcester, Massachusetts, to Providence, Rhode Island.
--The group Local Motion promotes walking and bicycling in Burlington, Vermont.
--An historic pedestrian bridge has a modern problem where it ends at a busy road in Brunswick , Maine.
--The Ashuelot covered bridge in New Hampshire has pedestrian walkways along both sides.
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