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"By 2017, the City of Portland will have experienced a net positive return on investment in its bicycle infrastructure of $500 million in healthcare savings and $200 million fuel savings."

Gotschi, Thomas. Costs and benefits of bicycling investments in Portland, Oregon. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2011,8 (Suppl 1), S49-S58.

via oregon metro regional active transportation plan, aug. 2013 draft, pg.19.

(via citymaus)

Fuck yeah

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this-is-george-matthew:

Studied at this really quant place called Smart Coffee HD.
I just thought this wall was interesting and gave life to the space.
this-is-george-matthew:

Studied at this really quant place called Smart Coffee HD.
I just thought this wall was interesting and gave life to the space.
this-is-george-matthew:

Studied at this really quant place called Smart Coffee HD.
I just thought this wall was interesting and gave life to the space.
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bahaha
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proudemary:

Marsupial Bridge by compujeramey on Flickr.
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maywefly:

Pedestrian Bridge in Austin, TX by Miró Rivera Architects
// arch daily
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BEAUTIFUL
Article: Made for Walking: The World's Most Aesthetic Footbridges
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utilitarianthings:

A phone only lasts a couple of years before it breaks or becomes obsolete. Although it’s often just one part which killed it, we throw everything away since it’s almost impossible to repair or upgrade.
Phonebloks is made of detachable bloks. The bloks are connected to the base which locks everything together into a solid phone. If a blok breaks you can easily replace it; if it’s getting old, you can upgrade it.

LOVE WANT ! 
utilitarianthings:

A phone only lasts a couple of years before it breaks or becomes obsolete. Although it’s often just one part which killed it, we throw everything away since it’s almost impossible to repair or upgrade.
Phonebloks is made of detachable bloks. The bloks are connected to the base which locks everything together into a solid phone. If a blok breaks you can easily replace it; if it’s getting old, you can upgrade it.

LOVE WANT ! 
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enochliew:

KIC Park by 3GATTI Architecture Studio
The site was covered in a layer of timber, with bits folding away to reveal a living underworld made of grass and trees.
enochliew:

KIC Park by 3GATTI Architecture Studio
The site was covered in a layer of timber, with bits folding away to reveal a living underworld made of grass and trees.
enochliew:

KIC Park by 3GATTI Architecture Studio
The site was covered in a layer of timber, with bits folding away to reveal a living underworld made of grass and trees.
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secretrepublic:

My friend Alex’s bike at the indoor bike parking rack at his office in Lafayette Square, St. Louis.
(The bike was built by my brother, the fellow standing there)