Reclaim Magazine: Winter 2008

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Table of Contents, Winter 2008 T.A. Magazine:
All articles in PDF format
  • [Page 2] Provocateur: [Page 3] Publisher's Letter: [Page 4] Letters
      [Page 5] Innovations:
      • NYC Gets Its Share
      • Bike Parking Gets a Facelift
      • Intersections Spark DOT Ingenuity
      [Pages 6-8] Cycling News:
      • T.A.'s 11th Annual Bike Report Card
      • One Year Later, Still No Safety Improvements
      • A Victory for Green Business
      • Tears and Outrage
      [Page 9-11] Reclaiming the Streets:
      • City to Scofflaws: No Parking Anytime
      • "Shoupistas" Storm NYC
      • From the Ground Up: Reshaping the UWS
      • Block Party NYC Redefines Parties (and Blocks)
      • Leading the Fight
      [Page 12-14] In Focus: A Call for Justice
      [Page 15] Sensible Transportation:
      • Bus Riders: The Unsung Winners of Pricing
      [Page 16] Safe Seniors:
      • City Adopts Safe Seniors for Its Own
      [Page 17] Parks:
      • Completing the Loop
      • Youth for a Car-Free Prospect Park
      [Page 18] Safe Streets:
      • T.A. Sponsors Urban Design Contest
      [Page 19] Committee Updates:
      • Bronx: Bronxites Embrace Bogotá
      • Queens: A Greenway by Any Other Name?
      • Brooklyn: Eyes and Ears (and Hands) Needed
      [Page 21] Best and Worst:
      • Thailand: To Punish Police for Traffic Misdeeds, a Hello Kitty Armband
      • Italy: Milan Introduces Traffic Charge
      • South Africa: Breaking Cultural Restraints on Women’s Mobility
      • India: Tata Brings Motoring To Masses
      [Page 23] Volunteer Profile:Dana Anderson
      [Page 25] Commuter Profile: Kate Mikuliak
      [Page 26] About T.A.: Looking Ahead

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