City scores a bronze as a bicycle-friendly community
This week the League of American Bicyclists announced new and renewing Bicycle Friendly Communities in the US. With this new round, 69 million people live in a Bicycle Friendly Community as the program extends to all 50 states. The city Paso Robles scored a bronze award on the national list.
These new awardees join a leading group of more than 325 communities, including Paso Robles, in all 50 states that are improving health, safety and quality of life in cities and towns nationwide. Communities in Hawaii and North Dakota awarded this cycle have rounded out the program to all 50 states.
“Visionary community leaders are recognizing the real-time and long term impact that a culture of bicycling can create,” said Andy Clarke, President of the League of American Bicyclists. “We applaud this new round of communities for investing in a more sustainable future for the country and a healthier future for their residents.
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