Hills. What Hills? Biking and walking in the city and region

Gajda, Oliver
January 2005
Planning;Jan2005, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on biking in the city of San Francisco, California. In 2001, Bicycling magazine recognized San Francisco as one of the best cycling cities in the U.S. But the city's biking history goes way back. The article further points that last September, the city completed its second bicycle plan, which is expected to be adopted within the coming months. Recent history is also mentioned in the article. Early implementations of many of the bicycle plans have been advocated. Advantages of bicycling and resources required are also mentioned in the article.


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