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Outdoor Foundation attributes 0.8% decline to extreme weather but says nearly half of Americans still got outside in 2014. WASHINGTON (BRAIN)?— Nearly half of all Americans — 48.4 percent — participated in at least one outdoor activity in 2014, a decrease of 0.8 percent compared with 2013, according to the Outdoor Foundation’s 2015 Outdoor Recreation Participation Topline Report. By a small margin, participation reached the lowest levels since the report began in 2006 — most likely due to extreme weather and an unusually cold winter, the Outdoor Foundation stated
Thirty-four percent of Americans 3 and older bicycled at least once in the past year, survey reports. BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — A new study commissioned by PeopleForBikes has found that roughly one in three Americans rode a bike at least once in the past year — a significantly higher rate of participation than previous research from other sources has shown.
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WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The U.S. Census Bureau says the number of people who traveled to work by bike increased roughly 60 percent over the last decade, from about 488,000 in 2000 to about 786,000 during the 2008-2012 period.
A blog by NBDA executive director Fred Clements. Editor’s note: This blog post was written by Fred Clements , executive director of the National Bicycle Dealers Association . Clements’ previous blog posts can be read on bikedealerblog.wordpress.com
A blog by NBDA executive director Fred Clements Editor’s note: This blog post was written by Fred Clements , executive director of the National Bicycle Dealers Association . Clements’ previous blogs can be read on bikedealerblog.wordpress.com
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Got this report today, thanks John! I was down here the other day, it most certainly is all torn up. In fact roads all over town are getting torn up right now, post more problem areas in the comments.
Western Ave in the Allston/Brighton area is a mess from Harvard Ave to Batten Way.
Pavement is dug up and is very dangerous for thin tires, mountain and city tires should be fine but watch the pavement edges (and manhole covers) as they are screaming for a pinch flat. Not sure when paving will be completed but I imagine it will be done before next Monday