Having grown up in a small, rural town in the Caribbean, and drawing a bit of insight from history, I know how central, "squares" are to small communities. They are built and designed around them.
Moreover, I know that the engagement of youth in society, particularly young men and women, are imperative aspects of social and economic development in urban and rural communities.
I wonder if there might be a way to build upon bicycle delivery systems as a means of getting the message out, employing youth, and inviting their participation in the political process and society at large...
Could partnerships with different bicycle companies create healthy competition and engagement around a slew of other issues...sustainability, health and wellness, improved access, etc...?