Here are a few links to articles in the Diamondback for you to enjoy with your morning Java.
Article on the same topic covered in RTCP .
“We’re exploring implementation in the area near M-Square as one of four potential locations,” Holman said. “We’re pursuing financing options available, and we’ll work closely with the university as we move to implementation.”
In case you missed it. The Senate votes to save Hillock.
The Wooded Hillock gained its most significant support so far yesterday when the University Senate voted to save the forest land near Comcast Center from development.
When asked whether the vote would affect the university’s development plans, Vice President for Administrative Affairs Ann Wylie noted the resolution is not binding and said she had “no idea” what its impact will be.
And then a few days later Matt Dernoga from UMD for Clean Energy sent in this OP-ED on the subject.
And finally the DB has an article on the progress of the Biking plan on campus. The plan calls for a increase in the number of cyclist to 9 percent by 2012. Does this article dive into how this can be accomplished? Does it focus on the multi-year plan for increasing ridership?
Are we really worried about the gender gap among cyclists? To be fair, the article details some of the efforts by DOTS to get folks pedaling and any headline that pulls folks in is fine with me. 🙂