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Bike Lanes 86ed On Bedford [FREEwilliamsburg]Sustainable Design Continues Growing Despite Economy [New York Construction]Survey Finds Manhattan Bike Lanes Regularly Blocked [Daily News]
It’s Time for DOT to Think Big at Grand Army Plaza [StreetsBlog]
New Environmental Chief Causes Stir [NY Times]
Police Crackdown on Pedicabs [NY Post]Five Companies Eyed for Newtown Creek Cleanup [Daily News]
Commuting by Bike Continues to Increase [Daily News]
State's Energy Efficiency Ranking [Report-American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy]Pedestrian Safety [Report-Transportation For America and the Surface Transportation Policy Partnership]
Compiled by Rebeccah Welch
I'm concerned about what schools are using to disinfect for H1N1. Cleaning supplies are often more hazardous than the H1N1virus itself. Here are some resources to help parents and teachers determine what their schools are using, and what they should be using: H1N1 in Schools and Environmental Working Group Report on Schools It all starts with asking your school how often they clean it (EVERY DAY should be the answer!).
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