Sunday, October 11
10am - 3pm
10am - 3pm
Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) and California Walks released the Vision Zero toolkit, a new resource for cities and counties interested in adopting and implementing Vision Zero policies.
(10am for morning bike rides; festival starts at 11am)
WHEN: SEPT. 28; 1PM-3PM
LOCATION: 1120 N St.
CalTrans Boardroom, Sacramento, CA
We join many others in mourning the loss of Deb Hubsmith, who passed away on August 18, 2015 after a nearly two-year battle with acute myeloid leukemia.
The next Sunday Streets SF event will take place on September 13 between 11am and 4pm.
The next Community Bicycle Safety Training will be in Stockton on Monday, September 14.
The Active Transportation Equity: A Scan of Existing Master Plans report examines explicit mentions of equity within existing 38 current bicycle and pedestrian master plans.
The New GHSA Report: Everyone Walks. Understanding & Addressing Pedestrian Safety funded by State Farm, provides an overview of current pedestrian safety data and research and discusses how states are using this and other information to address the issue.
Sunday, August 9
Save the date! On August 9, CicLAvia- Culver City Meets Venice presented by Metro will return to the Westside.
The Active Cities Report is a document that includes sample metrics and inspirational examples to encourage cities to become more active. According to the report, “Levels of physical activity are associated with positive outcomes.
Walk San Francisco released the first comprehensive review of San Francisco’s progress towards improving pedestrian safety and walkability in San Francisco.