Transforming neighborhoods into safer walkable, bicycle friendly communities

Community advocates, public health and elected officials, as well as transportation planners, designers and engineers, are invited to attend a workshop presented by the Healthy Transportation Network. The all day “Designing for Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Training Workshop” will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, at the Ecology Action office, 877 Cedar Street, Suite 240, Santa Cruz. The workshop aims to provide attendees with the tools and information they need to transform communities into safer places to walk and ride bikes. A light breakfast, snacks and a vegetarian/vegan lunch will be provided thanks to local sponsors, which include Ecology Action, the University of California at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County Cycling Club, Spokesman Bicycles, Family Cycling Center, Ibis Bicycles, Traugott Guitars and Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz. To register, visit www.santacruzbikepedworkshop.eventbrite.com. The deadline to register is Monday, Nov. 28. For information, contact Cory Caletti, RTC Transportation Planner at (831) 460-3201 or ccaletti@sccrtc.org.
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One Response to Transforming neighborhoods into safer walkable, bicycle friendly communities

  1. One thing I’d like to see. Allow skates and skateboards in the bike lane on Pacific Ave.u00a0 they’ve been banned for years and the law forces people to drive cars. NOT green!

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