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April 2010, the month that was:
Another busy month on World Streets: 26 original articles coming in from colleagues and collaborators from Australia (several this month), Britain Canada, China, France, India, Japan, South Korea, and the US — all of which are summarized briefly and then with a single click our available to you in the following pages.
New project: World Streets on Facebook:
We are not Facebook experts, but nonetheless it seems that this is a communications tool that might be put to work in support of the sustainable transportation agenda. So with the help of our colleague Anzir Boodoo, we have set up a first stage site/interface which you can access today via http://tinyurl.com/ws-facebook1. We invite you to have a look, use as your interest and skill level permit, and, better yet, lend a hand and help us to do better.
Latest reader map:
And here you can see where the last eighty visitors came from. Generally representative of overall pattern, but from day to day with considerable variations. Our goal for 2010: bring in all those great white swaths.
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Freely available in May – thanks to the Swedish Transportation Administration
To celebrate the generous support of our program by the Swedish Transportation Administration, the full April report is being made available exceptionally to anyone who comes to the site asks for it. Don’t be shy. Just say thanks to the Swedes.
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