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by Alyne Ellis, September 21, 2010
Wide sidewalks to give ample room for pedestrians to walk, bus stops with shelters, well-marked crosswalks, and oftentimes bicycle lanes: Alyne talks with Jana Lynott of AARP's Public Policy Institute about the Complete The Streets Movement, a national effort to make roadways safer and usable for all.
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