On the Move:
The Campaign for Active Transportation
ith five feet of annual snowfall and fewer than 100,000 residents, Billings, Mont., hardly boasts the bicycle chic of Portland, Ore., or San Francisco. Baltimore's transportation infrastructure is built upon more than 300 years of history, and Fort Wayne, Ind., has the second-largest number of vehicles per capita in the country. Yet, these three cities, and more than four dozen other communities nationwide, are at the frontlines in the push for active transportation—getting around by walking and bicycling rather than by automobile.
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On the Move: The Campaign for Active Transportation (PDF/1.55MB)