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Mon July 22, 2013
Getting Serious About Cycling In NH
As more New Hampshire communities adopt bike-friendly policies, more Granite Staters are taking to two wheels instead of four, encouraged by programs such as "Complete Streets" and new rail trails. But along with expansion has come some tension -- with cars and pedestrians -- as well as debates over how scarce resources will be spent.
-Larry Keniston, Intermodal Facilities Engineer, Rail and Transit Bureau, N.H. Department of Transportation.
-Patrick Moody, Manager of public affairs and traffic safety for AAA Northern New England.
-David Topham, Executive Director of the Bike/Walk Alliance of New Hampshire.
We'll also hear from:
-Will Schoefmann, mapping technician in the Keene planning department.