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News - December 11, 2013

Woodside looks at ways to coax walking, cycling to school

by Dave Boyce

About 8 percent of Woodside Elementary School students walk or ride a bike to school. In a town that likes to see itself as rural, students driven to school are the majority and most vehicles carry just one student, according to a Safe Routes to School audit.

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