Savebikeshare2
by Angie Schmitt Just a few weeks ago, El Paso was all ready to go with a new bike-share network, or so it seemed. The city had lined up $400,000 in local funds from the city of El Paso, the University of Texas at El Paso and a grant from Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The regional planning agency had unanimously signed off on awarding the project $1.6 million in federal transportation funds earmarked for air pollution reduction. Suburban communities had even started expressing interest in being added to the system. "READ THE REST HERE":http://dc.streetsblog.org/2013/09/11/does-texas-dot-have-the-authority-to-kill-bike-share-in-el-paso/

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