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Indy Inks (29 July 2019)

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How parking drives automobility and harms us along the way

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As the province undertakes climate change consultations, the Pokémon Go craze and a story about a bike-using professional recycler should make us think twice about how parking provision and parking laws underpin a world engineered to isolate people from each other and the effects of our everyday actions.

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Bike Lanes: Déjà-vu all over again

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As municipalities across the country try to encourage active transportation, why does it still feel like bicycles are Public Enemy #1 in St. John’s? Robin Whitaker reflects on the latest attempt of some city councillors to weaken our barely-existent bicycle infrastructure.

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Biking: to helmet or not to helmet?

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Why the government is wrong to make cycling without a helmet illegal, even though I (almost) always wear one when I rides a bike.

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Mandatory helmet law misguided

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Proponents of mandatory helmets have good intentions, but the policy can produce more negative outcomes than good.

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“When we can bicycle, bicycle”

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Cycling is good for our health, the environment, the economy, and all the cool kids are doing it. So why the hold up in making St. John’s a bike-friendly city?

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