Reclaim Magazine: Spring 2008

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Table of Contents, Spring 2008 Reclaim Magazine:
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  • [Page 2] Provocateur: [Page 3] Publisher's Letter: [Page 4] Letters
      [Page 5-7] Cycling News:
      • Brooklyn Greenway Developments
      • Dekalb goes Multi-Modal
      • Road Diet Bike Lanes Multiply
      • Pairing Up Bikes and Buses
      • Bicycle Boulevards
      • Slimming Down Cycle Tracks
      • New Law to Fix NYC’s Most Dangerous streets
      • Reining in Parade Permit Rules
      • Bike Parking Comes in from the Cold
      [Pages 8-9] Reclaiming the Streets:
      • The Slow Burn
      • NYC Community Boards 101
      [Page 10] Safe Streets:
      • The Full Package
      • Take Me to the River
      [Page 11-14] In Focus:
      • BRT Makes its Overdue NYC Debut
      • Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
      [Page 15] Sensible Transportation:
      • "Parks Are for Parking!"
      • Parking Off-Street = Cars on Your Street
      [Page 16-17] Streets Renaissance:
      • Springtime Brings Revelers into the Streets
      • Spotlight on 10th Street: Cyclists pack the house!
      • From Traffic to Terrific
      [Page 19] Committee Updates:
      • Brooklyn: Stalking Speeders
      • Bronx: Feeding the Fire
      • Queens: Bike Month Blitz
      [Page 21] Best and Worst:
      • Mexico: Women-Only Buses
      • Japan: Young Men Forgo Auto Ownership
      • Thailand: Parking Lots Banned in Transit Oriented Development
      • Indiana: City Fails to Stop Dangerous Drivers, Father Steps Up and Is Arrested
      [Page 23] Volunteer Profile:Craig Raphael
      [Page 25] Commuter Profile: Leah Strock

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