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Bike Commuters in Washington Double, Changing US Capitali
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December 18, 2013 7:43 PM
The number of people in Washington who commute to work on bicycles has doubled since 2007 - a trend which is also taking place in other U.S. cities. And as VOA's Diana Logreira tells us, the U.S. capital is making some changes to encourage even more people to ride their bikes. Pam Dockins narrates her report.

Bike Commuters in Washington Double, Changing US Capital

Published December 18, 2013

The number of people in Washington who commute to work on bicycles has doubled since 2007 - a trend which is also taking place in other U.S. cities. And as VOA's Diana Logreira tells us, the U.S. capital is making some changes to encourage even more people to ride their bikes. Pam Dockins narrates her report.


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