Cycling opportunities important in making area attractive to creative professionals

According to a KCStar article about companies trying to attract the best and brightest to live in the Kansas City area:
Richard Florida, a Pittsburgh college professor who has popularized research into “creative class” professions ranging from arts to the law, contends such workers are interested in places offering a certain lifestyle. This lifestyle includes a cafe and music scene, biking and outdoor recreation, plus diverse mixes of people.

Last year Florida came to Kansas City to analyze how the area shaped up in wooing domestic migrants. He noted the Country Club Plaza, the emergence of the Crossroads arts scene and the evolution of suburban park trails.
Making communities walkable and bikeable attracts the best and brightest; making them un-walkable and un-bikeable drives them away.

Hmm . . . which do you think we should do?