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Transportation

Clean ideas for people on the move.
Alternative fuel vehicles. Fuel reduction. How do you do it? Ride share, HOV lanes, regional transportation planning, traffic calming, walkable communities, buying local.

Any tips on tele-commuting, tele-conferencing, webinars? Do you promote safe routes, walking buses, no-idling policies? Share ideas for governments, communities and schools…right here.

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Hudson Fjord Trail Proposed

Putnam and Dutchess County citizen groups and governmental agencies continue to work together to develop the Hudson Fjord Hike/Bike Trail – a separated multi-use 9-mile trail linking Constitution Island in Cold Spring to the City of Beacon Train Station.  The riverfront towns of Philipstown and Fishkill, the City of Beacon and the Village of Cold…

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Complete Streets Comes to Rye

The City of Rye became the 6th Westchester municpality to pass a Complete Streets Policy on October 28.  The policy is intended to promote the design of roads and streets  that balance the needs of all users  while incorporating community values such as environmental stewardship; scenic, aesthetic, historic and natural resource preservation; safety; security; mobility…

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Spring Update: How Not To Get Hit On Your Bike.

Riding your bike more now that it’s getting warmer? You’re helping slow climate change and getting in shape while getting your groceries. Recents studies show that people who switch to bike commuting loose an average of 18 lbs in the first year. The keeping fit part is only useful as long as you don’t get mushed…

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Move NY Campaign Seeks Interviews

From: Alex Matthiessen The Move NY campaign (to modernize NY’s regional transportation system) is producing a video for the campaign that will be posted on the campaign’s website (launching in less than a month) and spread virally to the maximum extent possible. We have some good interviews but there are a few categories of commuter type…

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