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2501RE: [hreg] Hydrogen Economy

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  • Steven M. Stelzer
    Apr 20, 2004
      I don't doubt how bike unfriendly this town is, but I see a lot of cyclists in spite of it.  It's a matter of choice, just like everything else. If you don't bicycle, recycle.  If you already recycle, study up on it and recycle even more.  Tune up your car.  If it dies, buy a Prius.  Be a part of the solution instead of the problem.  Nobody can do everything right, just do the best you can.  I think things are getting better, we just have a lot of bad habits to change.  But my point is, we can only change ourselves and hope that everyone else can change themselves.
      Steve Stelzer
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      From: Mallardcable1@... [mailto:Mallardcable1@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 10:05 PM
      To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [hreg] Hydrogen Economy

      I have a very nice bike love to ride but Houston is so dangerous for a cyclist that I never ride unless in Memorial park loop or out on a country road and it is a huge shame.  And the bike lanes we have so far are a joke most of them end and begin with nowhere else to go.  I even found one spot where the bike lane ends and 20 feet later is a sign that says no bikes allowed beyond this point.   So lets all loby city hall for more bike lanes and a more complete bike lane plan and future expansions including a bike lane comming in I-10 expansion 20 to 30 miles in fair weather is a cake of a ride and for all those out in Katy that want a no hassle ride in a dedicated bike lane with those concrete bunkers on either side would be wonderful.
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