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City to add 50 miles of bike paths


Houston is taking a big step in improving its urban mobility with the recent announcement of the goal to add 50 miles of bike paths in the next 12 months in an effort to make the streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians.

The city has pledged a one-year $10 million contribution to build new bike lanes and visible crosswalks, followed by a $1.1 million pledge for improvements over the next five years.

During the announcement Mayor Sylvester Turner said that when the paths are done, 80 percent of Houstonians will be close to some sort of bike infrastructure.

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