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    I am reaching out hoping to encourage any of you who are members of the League of American Bicyclists to cast a vote for me to be on the League Board. I'm trying all the outlets I have access to to let people know I'm a nominee. League members will ...

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    The City of Madison is hiring a Pedestrian Bicycle Outreach Coordinator . Madison, WI. The City of Allen is hiring a Trail System Planner . Allen, TX. The University of Tennessee Center for Transportation Research ...

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    Hello APBP friends. Please see the report and webinar opportunity below. If you have questions, please see the contacts below. Christopher B Douwes Phone: 202-366-5013 Community Planner Transportation Alternatives ...

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    Nic, I bump into this issue pretty frequently - agencies or property owners look at a substandard rack like a wave or a fence and think it can accommodate some number of bikes that just isn't realistic. My solution has typically been to consider APBP's ...

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