Friday, January 23, 2009
In an effort to encourage the construction of bike racks, Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl yesterday proposed legislation that would allow businesses to install any number of racks on a given stretch of city sidewalk after payment of a $25 permit fee and a City Planning Department review.
“It’s important that we show residents and our bicycle community that we are serious about Pittsburgh’s role as a bike-friendly and green city,” Mr. Ravenstahl said in a news release.
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