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The complete study hasnt been released yet, but I find it interesting that one of the key authors is from U of Pitt. I wonder if he would be interested in helping quantify the impact of Penn Ave. etc?
“Study Shows Bicycle-Friendly City Infrastructure in U.S. Significantly Increases Cycling to Work by Residents, Which Can Improve Health of Locals” http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/study-shows-bicycle-friendly-city-infrastructure-in-us-significantly-increases-cycling-to-work-by-residents-which-can-improve-health-of-locals-281451471.html
Prof. John Jakicic http://www.education.pitt.edu/people/profile.aspx?f=johnjakicic
FWIW, Jakicic isn’t one of the authors of the paper, he’s “speaking on behalf of” The Obesity Society, the professional association for academics who study obesity causes & treatment, where the paper will be presented.
(Here’s TOS’s version of the release: http://www.obesity.org/news-center/study-shows-bicycle-friendly-city-infrastructure-in-us-significantly-increases-cycling-to-work-by-residents-which-can-improve-health-of-locals.htm )
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