, a free print publication for “the cycling citizen of Philadelphia,” just released its second issue. The issue features articles on how cycling has become a political issue, the history of bike share, Q&As with bike cops, and the lack of diversity in bike advocacy.
We teamed with the SPOKE team to chat about the future of cycling and public transportation in Philadelphia on May 13 at noon. We discussed cycling, the mayor’s race, public transit, and making cycling more inclusive.
Here’s the recap (feel free to share your thoughts by tweeting @generocity and using the #bikePHL hashtag, too!)
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