St. Paul Launches Campaign To Keep Cyclists, Pedestrians Safe
The city of St. Paul is launching a new campaign to help keep pedestrians and cyclists safe on its streets, Rachel Slavik reports (2:19). WCCO This Morning – March 18, 2016

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