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RE: [sa-multisports] New York Times Article on commuting by bike

From: Albert M.
Sent on: Monday, August 1, 2011 1:55 PM

Great story Lydia – thanks for sharing.


Albert Motz

1601 Edison

San Antonio, TX 78201


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"People ask what I do in the winter when there is no baseball. I'll tell you

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Sent: Monday, August 01,[masked]:36
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Subject: [sa-multisports] New York Times Article on commuting by bike


From: [address removed]


Happy Monday to one and all,


I think this is a great article and hope you agree.



I especially like this statement;

“Back in the 1960s, we were doing the same thing as America, making cities car-friendly,” he said. Funnily enough, it was an American, Jane Jacobs, who changed the minds of European urban designers. Her book “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” got European planners to shift their focus from car-friendliness to overall livability.


Have a great week and stay hydrated on those rides.  J



Lydia Kelly

Bicycle/Pedestrian Transportation Planner

San Antonio Bexar County Metropolitan Planning Organization

825 S. St. Marys Street

San Antonio, Texas 78214


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