Bike-Thru Banking: A Boulder Bank's Cycle-Friendly Teller Window
Bank Welcomes BicyclesFinancial institutions are not in most people's good books right now, but as I noted in my post on a top UK banker who travels in a chauffeur-driven G-Wiz, when a little humility and responsibility is shown, we're much more likely to cut them a little slack. Take the Pueblo Bank & Trust in Boulder, Colorado (of course!), which has been providing cyclists with their own bike-thru teller lane for a while - complete with a bike rack and water dispenser! The good folks at StreetFilms took some time to make a short movie about it while they were in Colorado recently (you can also check out their coverage of the city's contraflow bike-lane). If only more businesses would make the effort to support alternative transportation any way they can. Click below the fold for links to more StreetFilms episodes about biking, walking and sustainable transportation.
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