Non-moto city

. August 24, 2012.
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The City of Ann Arbor is taking a step towards the future by leaving automobiles behind. They’ve launched a new blog aimed at highlighting the city’s non-motorized transportation options. Ann Arbor  was recently named the 14th most bike-friendly city in America by Bicycling Magazine, and is ranked as a Gold level Walk Friendly Community. The Ann Arbor Non-Motorized Transportation Blog, features fun and easy ways to navigate the city by foot, bicycle or otherwise, (horses, skateboards, unicycles perhaps?) as well as providing cool ideas for pedestrian adventures that make you active and keep your expensive car parked at home. They’re looking for your feedback, too! Check out the blog at a2nonmoto.tumblr.com, and email kmulder@a2gov.org  —JG

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