Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, the city's largest bike advocacy group, has long worked behind the scenes toward making the A an increasingly bike-friendly town. Since 1991, it's fostered a burgeoning two-wheeled community by raising public awareness, organizing annual events, and even teaching classes on effective bicycling. Share the Road, one of the organization's key legislative initiatives, has aimed to make bicyclists more visible to drivers. In 2010, the group helped found the enormously popular Atlanta Streets Alive. 2012 has been a banner year for the organization. Led by Executive Director Rebecca Serna, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition has helped establish the state's new "Complete Streets" policy as well as fund Cycle Atlanta, a new bicycling app. Despite T-SPLOST's failure, which would've considerably helped Atlanta Bicycle Coalition's efforts, the organization has steered Atlanta's bicycle-friendly ways in the right direction. And even if you're not a bicyclist, you can be grateful for these advocates, as they've made the city's streets much clearer and less congested.
Putting a little thought behind the Thank You
'I think of all the people that I've helped, and now someone's helping me.'
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How is the stupid rap "music" version of The Great Gatsy supposed to be classy?
Absolutely fabulous. My summer is planned.
Dahlonega is a great little town!
this doesn't even show all the great things to do in that town. not to…