How are green lanes good for the economy?
2012 was a landmark year for green lanes (next-generation protected bike lanes), with the total number of lanes nearly doubling across the United States. It's not just a feel-good effort; green lanes are a practical, common-sense, and cost-effective way for cities to help people get around, especially for short trips. Besides helping people go from point A to B safely, green lanes are proving to be good for business. In this new slideshow, our Green Lane Project captures six snapshots of how investments in next-generation bike lanes are making cities better for employers, retailers, and customers.
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