I've just got to spend the afternoon cleaning up the mess in my home office. So I'm borrowing today's inspiration from Martino's Bike Lane Diary. His post links over to The Bike Path Project at the University of Central Florida Environmental Management Department. Check it out!
1.Increase in local property values. 2. Correlation with Overall Wealth. 3. Less Public Money Is Needed To Create a High Quality Transportation System. 4. High-Tech Business Is Attracted by a Perceived Better Quality of Life 5. Improved Personal Finances 6. Better Physical Health 7. Better Mental and Emotional Health 8. Fewer Overweight and Obese Citizens 9. More Free Time 10. More Beauty 11. Greater Mobility 12. Inclusion of Senior Citizens 13. More Equitable Living for Low Income Earners 14. Increased Sense of Community 15. Individual Opportunities for Safer Travel 16. Less Congested Roads 17. Safer, Quieter Neighborhoods 18. More Resources for Public Use 19. Enhanced and More Credible Metropolitan Image 20. Better Air Quality 21. Visually More Appealing Metropolitan Area 22. Cleaner Surface and Ground Water 23. Quieter City 24. Slowed Pace of Global Warming 25. More Sustainable Lifestyle 26. Recognition for Leadership in Sound Environmental Policy 27. Readiness for Other Environmental Initiatives 28. Enhanced Quality of Life for Women
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