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Urban bridges need to make more room for bikes and pedestrians

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The well-documented hell of the Brooklyn Bridge in the summertime contains a valuable lesson: For cities to be truly sustainable, they need to build crossings for their waterways that work for cleaner modes of transportation–not just cars.

On April 26, I gave up on the Brooklyn Bridge–at least until the fall. This is an annual occurrence. Whenever the first truly nice spring day hits New York, I have to change my commute.

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