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28 Downtown Bicycle Park Connector two-way bike track March 2015 Mayor Annise Parker
Mayor Annise Parker bikes on the new two-way bike track at a press conference. Photo by Amar Mohite
16 Downtown Bicycle Park Connector two-way bike track March 2015 Rodney Ellis with Mayor Annise Parker and Laura Spanjian and other officials
Rodney Ellis with Mayor Annise Parker and Laura Spanjian and other supporters. Photo by Amar Mohite
26 Bicyclers Downtown Bicycle Park Connector two-way bike track March 2015
Excited cyclists break in the new two-way track in downtown Houston at the mayor's press conference. Photo by Amar Mohite
20 Downtown Bicycle Park Connector two-way bike track March 2015 ribbon cutting
Mayor Annise Parker and supporters cut the ribbon at the launch of the new bike track. Photo by Amar Mohite
Mayor Annise Parker and Chester Pitts Downtown Bicycle Park Connector two-way bike track March 2015
From left to right Mayor Annise Parker and NFL stars Chester Pitts, Wade Smith and Brandon Brooks attended in support of the bike track that promotes a healthier lifestyle. Photo by Janice Evans