Bicycling and walking continue upward trend in Minneapolis


It’s a trend with legs: The sixth annual count of bicyclists and pedestrians in Minneapolis once again found more people biking and walking in the city, according to a report released March 1.

The numbers of bicyclists and pedestrians counted over six years of street surveys increased by 56 percent and 22 percent, respectively. The 2012 Bicyclist and Pedestrian Count Report indicates both modes of non-motorized transportation were also up slightly over 2011, based on the numbers of bikers and walkers counted in September.


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