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The roads and highways of Philadelphia are bustling every day with individual drivers commuting to and from work, parents taking their children to school, people riding in buses and taxi cabs, pedestrians, bicyclists, and more. Anytime anyone travels on or near a roadway, they run the risk of accidents and injuries.
With the freezing temperatures and snowy conditions in Philadelphia, it is no surprise that many motorcycle riders spend the winter months counting down until spring when they can get back onto the open road. Many riders in Philly are already scouting out routes and planning scenic springtime rides with groups or alone.
In spring of 2015, Philadelphia will be officially introduced to Indego, the city’s first bike-sharing program. In the works since 2009, Indego will finally provide Philadelphia residents with an alternate form of transportation around the city, which will help fill in gaps in the mass-transit system, help to reduce auto emissions, encourage healthy living, and more.
Recent events around the country have drawn significant and much-needed attention to the way that police officers interact with the communities which they serve. The fatal fall 2014 shooting of unarmed teenager Mike Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri sparked riots and protests around the country.
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