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Google gets bike-friendly

The Chicago Tribune, 10 March 2010
Publié le : 10 mars 2010
 Jon Hilkevitch 
The world's most popular Internet search engine is getting more bicycle-friendly. On Wednesday, Google will unveil a service offering bicycling directions on its Google Maps feature. Hard-core and recreational cyclists will be able to use the Web-based technology to plan trips or explore biking trails and routes in Chicago and 149 other U.S. cities, Google officials said. Several online bike-trip sites already exist. But bicycling advocates hope Google's entrance in the market benefits not only individual riders but Chicago's transit system as a whole. One goal is to make it easier for non- or infrequent cyclists to access the service, thereby promoting more bicycling. Read on...
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