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Only 0.7 percent of federal transportation funds are spent on improving pedestrian facilities.

New report on bike sharing

 The Earth Policy Institute has just released a new report on bike share programs in the U.S. With the expansions of current bike share programs and new openings in large markets like New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, the nationwide fleet of shared bikes is poised to quadruple in the next couple of years, from nearly 9,000 to more than 36,000.

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The full report is available on the EPI website.