Thursday, May 5, 2011

Perils For Pedestrians 70: New England

--Walk Boston takes part in National Walk to Lunch Day in Massachusetts.
--Graduate students from Tufts University helped Walk Boston organize the event.
--A bike path and railroad track co-exist in Hallowell, Maine.
--Burlington, Vermont, puts a priority on Pedestrians and bicyclists.
--The Burlington Bike Council provides citizen input to the city.
--One downtown Burlington resident seldom needs to use his car.
--In New Hampshire, Pathways for Keene provides private support for a trail system in town.
--Path to Health walking routes in Rhode Island bring an Irish program to the United States.
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