Congratulations to the City of Spokane! It was just recognized today with a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community award by the League of American Bicyclists. 

The award recognizes the City’s commitment to improving
conditions for bicycling through investment in bicycling promotion, education
programs, infrastructure and pro-bicycling policies. Specifically, Spokane was
awarded in part for its public outreach education, bike month and bike to work
events, bike plan implementation and bicycle-friendly laws and ordinances.
Spokane joins a group of 326 Bicycle Friendly Communities
(BFC) in all 50 states.
Currently, the City is working to expand Spokane’s on and
off street bike network, to increase network connectivity, and to complete the
trail gaps of the “Centennial Trail.” There are also plans to adopt and
implement the bike plan update being prepared and to create a City web page
dedicated to bicycle education, city projects, and more.

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