not only is riding a bike a fun, efficient mode of transportation, it is a great workout for one's cakes as well.
mz. nadia's car is a bike, too. she attended a high school situated in a low income neighborhood in sacramento, california that relies exclusively on city busses to get students to school. we all know that city busses have hiccups; sometimes they run a bit late, and this is often problematic for students. talk about stressmatic: chronic tardiness is bad business. also, what happens when the bus routes used by these students are eliminated due to "low ridership"? there are some tricky issues related to poverty and public education surrounding public transit, and school bus yellow bicycle dream is worth considering. midtown just launched a bike share program. local schools could bike share too.
mz. nadia thinks students at her former high school would participate in a school bus yellow bicycle dream. she says, "...perhaps they would become more interested in bikes. maybe even sometime down the road offering a class in bike maintenance [at the high school] would be beneficial to the kids. so i guess what i'm trying to say is that back in the day...i would have been interested in biking. but i think now it would be more feasible..."
regarding the video above: that was our sacramento bike kitchen, reader, and those were our everyday peoples. i love midtown. it's one of the best neighborhoods in california.