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Revelo LIFEbike - Revolutionary Personal Transportation

Please help fund us on Indiegogo: http://igg.me/p/417157/x/3384806 The LIFEbike (Lightweight, Intelligent, Flexible, Electric bike) is designed to provide ur...
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Feel Congested hits next phase of public consultations - insideTORONTO.com

Feel Congested hits next phase of public consultations - insideTORONTO.com | Revelo LIFEbike - Rethinking Personal Transportation | Scoop.it
Feel Congested hits next phase of public consultations insideTORONTO.com This time around, the campaign, conceived by chief city planner Jennifer Keesmaat to gain a better sense of transit issues, will focus on measuring support for specific...
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Why an e-bike could be your next ride (video) - CNET News

Why an e-bike could be your next ride (video) - CNET News | Revelo LIFEbike - Rethinking Personal Transportation | Scoop.it
Electric bikes are a hot new cycling trend; you get the benefit of a little motor helping you up hills, but all the traffic-free health benefits of riding a bike. Molly Wood takes a few out for a test ride.
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LIFEbike takes a fresh approach to ebike design

LIFEbike takes a fresh approach to ebike design | Revelo LIFEbike - Rethinking Personal Transportation | Scoop.it
The LIFEbike is an electric bicycle with a unique design.
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LIFEBike – Chainless, Electric Bike With Unique Design

In the world of bikes, the idea of more people using them to get around, especially to work, is a goal we should all be considering. And with a growing number of electric bikes, it attracts a far broader audience in looking at what they have to offer. Putting people on a bike and out [...]


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Revelo LIFEbike: The compact Ebike with a BIG difference

Revelo LIFEbike: The compact Ebike with a BIG difference | Revelo LIFEbike - Rethinking Personal Transportation | Scoop.it
Rethinking personal transportation - a chainless, lightweight, compact electric bike.
Easy to ride to go anywhere, reduce congestion & emissions too!!
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Pedal Power ACT | Electric bikes

A piece about electric bikes in the Canberra Times http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/more-power-to-the-pedallers-20130615-2obgg.html · facebook · twitter · google_plus · pinterest · linkedin · mail · ← Previous Post ...
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Unique bike meeting tours Toronto downtown - insideTORONTO.com

Unique bike meeting tours Toronto downtown - insideTORONTO.com | Revelo LIFEbike - Rethinking Personal Transportation | Scoop.it
Unique bike meeting tours Toronto downtown insideTORONTO.com On Sunday, Toronto's Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat teamed up with Cycle Toronto to take their consultation to the road — leading more than 50 urban cyclists on a round-about tour of the...
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Our Cities Will Define Our Future

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After the post was vacant for more than a year, Jennifer Keesmaat started this month as the Chief Planner for the City of Toronto.

 

Canada’s future lies in its urban areas like Metropolitan Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal, much more than it does in its resources or agriculture. More than eighty percent of the food grown and resources mined and extracted in Canada is destined for city-customers. Urbanization is driving the wealth creation needed to pay for these materials. Urbanization is also driving most of our big planetary challenges like climate change, loss of biodiversity and soil degradation.

 

A few things Ms. Keesmaat calls for: greater cooperation between national and local governments (and a better appreciation at the national level on the importance of well-functioning cities); the need for good data and evidence-based decision making; addressing income disparities; the imperative of public transit and affordable housing; job creation; and better provision and use of infrastructure in suburbs.

 

more at Sustainable Cities Collective


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