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NEWS: Love Your Bike
Manchester Friends of the Earth and the City Council set up the Love Your Bike
site and campaign a few months ago. I was reminded of it last weekend and went back to have a look.
There's a section on the site called Love Lanes, where you can enter your commute on a Google powered map and answer questions about the quality of the roads on the route and what would make the journey better. I'm a sucker for mapping hacks and just had to dive right in and add mine. It needs to be approved yet, but if you happen to see a journey from Withington to the Co-op tower on Miller Street, that's mine.
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