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The sidewalk on the northbound side of Edsa between Ayala Avenue and Magallanes is now a bike lane, the fourth to be opened by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, which is encouraging the public to bike their way to health and a cleaner and greener environment. The agency is also lending bikes free of charge to commuters looking for an alternative mode of transportation on Metro Manila’s busiest thoroughfare. JAYMEE GAMIL
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