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Sun April 21, 2013

Policy and Pinot: Bicycles in Rhode Island

Bicycles in Rhode Island

Providence is striving to become a city where young people want to live and work. For many, having a green way to commute is vital. In this Policy and Pinot we explore how making the city an attractive place to live and bike could boost the capital city’s bottom line.

Policy & Pinot panelists
Policy & Pinot panelists
Credit Aaron Read / RIPR

Moderator:
Bradley Campbell – Environment Reporter / Weekend Host, Rhode Island Public Radio

Panel:
Gonzolo Cuervo - Deputy Chief of Staff for Mayor Taveras
Steve Durkee – Architect, Cornish Associates
Bill DeSantis – Director of Bicycle Transportation Planning & Design, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Incorporated
Matt Moritz – Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition

Recorded Tuesday, April 16, 2013.

Recycle-A-Bike provided bicycle valet for 20 cyclists who attended the discussion
Recycle-A-Bike provided bicycle valet for 20 cyclists who attended the discussion
Credit James Baumgartner / RIPR