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Bike Access In Vermont
Monday, 07/16/12
By Jane Lindholm
In Vermont, particularly this time of year, you see people on bikes everywhere, both commuting and riding for pleasure. A recent national survey ranked Vermont as the 18th state nationwide when it comes to bike friendliness. We talk bike access, and what the state and towns are doing to improve it.
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VPR News
Bicycle Advocates Fight To Keep Federal Funding
Friday, 08/20/10
By Susan Keese
A Vermont group has joined a national campaign to protect bicycle and pedestrian projects.
VPR News
New 'Safe Passing' Law To Help Bikers
Thursday, 06/24/10
By Susan Keese
Bicyclists around the state say a new 'safe passing' law should make it easier to share the road with motor vehicles. The law goes into effect July first. It offers new protections not only to cyclists, but to walkers, horseback riders, roller-bladers and other 'vulnerable roadway users.'
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VPR News
Road Rules For Cyclists, Cars & Pedestrians
Wednesday, 03/31/10
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindhjolm looks at look at the specific laws for bicyclists, walkers and drivers, and talk about common mistakes made on the roads.
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Winter Bike Commuting
Wednesday, 12/23/09
By Steve Zind
We talk to Nancy Schulz, Executive Director of the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition about winter bike commuting and Louise Penny, mystery writer and author of the bestselling novel The Brutal Telling.  
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