Help us Find Livable Streets Blogs in Cities Outside NYC

We are interested in creating a new feature — a collection of links to Streetsblog-ish web sites in other cities around the world. Ideally, this collection of links will represent the best, most comprehensive, most readable group of Livable Streets bloggers anywhere.

We could really use the help of the Streetsblog online community to build this collection. If you know of a site that fits the bill, or if you wouldn’t mind spending a few minutes poking around online to find some good potential sites in specific cities, please do. Just add your finds to the comment section.

Here are some starter links to give you a sense of the kinds of sites we’ve been finding so far…

Boston:

http://newtonstreets.blogspot.com


http://www.livablestreets.info

Toronto:
http://bikingtoronto.blogspot.com

Portland:
http://www.bikeportland.org

Cleveland:
http://www.gcbl.org

Washington DC:
http://washcycle.typepad.com
http://pedshed.net

San Fran:
http://bikecommutetips.blogspot.com

Berkeley:
http://www.localecology.org/localecologist

Miami:
http://www.transitmiami.blogspot.com

London:
http://www.kingscrossenvironment.com

Vancouver:
http://sfucity.wordpress.com/about/

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