Officially Respectible: Bicycle Commuting Featured in Wall Street Journal

This must be what mainstream feels like.

Thursday’s Wall Street Journal has an article (sorry, no link, you need a password) in the “Personal Journal” section talking about efforts by cities to attract people to bicycle commuting. The focus is on incentives and end-of-trip facilities. Portland gets a mention, but not a very accurate one:

Eager to reduce traffic james and pollution, cities including Chicago; Louisville, Ky; and Portland, Ore. are adding biking-policy departments at city hall…

Well, that’s only about 20 years after the fact.

What’s next, Vanity Fair?

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