Today we’re chatting with self-described urban nerd Julia Kite. She’s the Policy and Research Manager for Transportation Alternatives, a non-profit that works to reclaim New York City for bikers and pedestrians. She’s also a writer and she works the city into the fiction she crafts.
Check out her blog, Sugar and Steel
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