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if im driving from buffalo to florida or from indianapolis to washington I would have to exit and re-enter the very route I'm driving on, thus there is no difference between 70 to 70 or 79 exiting then reentering 79 and what you must do on the beltway around Pittsburgh Hholt01 08:23, 15 September 2006 (UTC)
One of my edits to this page was reverted as link spam. This was a link to a web site which I maintain, Pittsburgh Bike Racks, which has a map of bike parking locations. It is a noncommercial site intended to support the efforts mentioned in the article to make Pittsburgh a more bicycle friendly city. Since a major part of the citywide bike plan is provision of more bicycle parking and since my site documents the progress of that plan I believe it is relevant to the article and also useful to a potential reader. There is no other site I'm aware of through which that information is available. The article already includes external links to local bicycle advocacy organizations and to specific bike rental locations. Therefore, I think a link to the bike parking web site, either in the body of the article of in a separate external links section, would contribute to the purpose of the article. Pghbikeracks (talk) 16:28, 26 September 2010 (UTC)