City's bike-sharing push pleases Hill
U.S. Rep. French Hill touted Conway's new public bicycle-sharing program in a speech on the House floor last week.
"As a longtime biker, I'm pleased to see the city work to provide an alternative and convenient source of transportation for residents of Conway to help relieve congestion and promote a healthier city," the Republican from Little Rock said.
The program is "one more step on the path towards fulfilling the mayor's vision of a vibrant healthy and bike-friendly city," he added.
The lawmaker also said May was National Bike Month and noted his past board membership on Bicycle Advocacy of Central Arkansas.
The organization, launched in 1998, promotes safe cycling and campaigns for "bike-friendly policy and legislation," its website states.
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