Georgia Bikes will hold our Third Annual Bicycle Breakfast at the Capitol on Feb. 4 2020. Join us and advocates from across Georgia, meeting with legislators to discuss key legislation and the importance of bicycles in your community. Email email@example.com for more details.
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Join MARTA Army and our partners at Atlanta Bike Coalition, Georgia STAND-UP, PEDS, iAccess Life, Sierra Club, Partnership for Southern Equity, and Transformation Alliance to launch Operation Bus Stop Census, a crowdsourcing effort to catalog transit bus stops to better inform advocacy efforts and to raise the standards of bus access in the region
Midtown Alliance, in partnership with the City of Atlanta, is hosting a public information open house for the US 19 (Spring Street) Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Project. The purpose of this Public Information Open House is to provide the public with an opportunity to learn more about the project, view preliminary designs, interact with staff ... Read more
Help Bike Alpharetta clean up Cumming Street. in Alpharetta. Meet at Manning Oaks Elementary School at 10 a.m. Clean up is usually done cleaning by noon. It's tons of fun, and for a good cause.
The City of Peachtree City, Georgia, has hired a consultant team to prepare a major update to the 2001 Peachtree City Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) study. The purpose of this study is to keep the LCI plan relevant and produce new recommendations for implementation. This study is about making recommendations with public input on how ... Read more
The Atlanta Department of Transporation is holding a DeKalb Avenue Complete Street open house next month. Any project that affects this key, flat corridor should make the road safer for everyone. More information.
The goal is to sweep through the local area and leave miles of our beautiful mountain gravel rides, trail access roads, and trail heads better than we found them. This is a great opportunity to rid the roadsides of unsightly trash. (Before the leaves fill back in, and the poison ivy branches out again!) More ... Read more
Join Bike Coweta Sunday 10-1 on the new trail at Moore's Bridge Park in Carroll County, just a few miles north of Whitesburg on the Chattahoochee River. Wear closed toed shoes, wear long pants, bring gloves, water and snacks. Volunteers are needed to help with clipping roots and doing finishing work on the new trail! ... Read more
Construction Open House with Design/Construction Team. In 2014, the City of Savannah launched the Downtown Streetscape Improvement Initiative. The project builds on previous planning efforts to revitalize downtown Savannah and create an environment that contributes to its livability and the economic vitality of the community. The initiative will enhance the public realm for corridors in ... Read more
Learn about cycling initiatives to make the community an even better place to live or visit! Bicycle Ride at 10:30am with 5, 12, and 20 mile options. Lunch and meeting at noon. Ride participants enjoy complimentary lunch.
The Coronavirus has changed many peoples’ day to day routines. For people who rely on public transit, it has created a tension between getting places and their personal safety. In many places, this has meant more people biking. People who deliver meals, people who work in health care, people who work in grocery stores, and ... Read more
Researchers at Texas A&M University and Rutgers University have shown for the first time that victim-blaming in news stories about traffic crashes involving pedestrians reduces readers’ support for roadway safety improvements. These findings are a call to action for every advocate of walking, biking and safe streets for everyone. You, your team, and your network ... Read more
The economic collapse brought on by the spread of COVID-19 has necessitated urgent action to protect our economy. With a $2 trillion emergency stabilization package already approved, Congress and the administration will continue developing other economic recovery legislation over the coming weeks and months. It should prioritize safety and increase access to jobs and other ... Read more
Its National Bike Month and what better way to celebrate than to get more kids on bikes! Come listen to some of the top youth biking teams in Georgia on their programs.
During this webinar we will explain how electric mountain bike (eMTB) pilot programs can assist land managers in making data-driven decisions regarding e-bike use on their trails. We will cover the basics on how to implement a pilot program, how pilot programs can benefit communities, and lessons learned from other land managers who have completed ... Read more
Join Bike Walk Macon during bike walk month for interesting, engaging and informative virtual sessions discussing alternate transportation to cars - over COFFEE. Each week we will have a special guest moderator as we chat about all things biking, walking and coffee. This is a FREE virtual discussion open to everyone, whether you're a seasoned, ... Read more
Every year Bike Law rides in silence on the third Wednesday of May to honor our fellow cyclists who have paid the ultimate price with their lives. More information.
The Eighth Annual Matt’s Moon River Cruise, presented by the Law Office of Joseph J. Steffen, will be held virtually May 21-26 — from wherever you are. The event is named in memory of Matt Kohler, who was hit from behind by a driver on July 26, 2012 while riding his bike on U.S. Highway ... Read more
On Friday, June 19, BRAG Dream Teams will come together in Brunswick, Georgia to ride in Honor of Ahmaud Arbery's Life and the Juneteenth holiday. The 25 mile ride starts at 11am on Friday and is open to the BRAG DREAM Team and the BRAG community. One Rest Stop (13 mile mark) at Liberty Ship ... Read more
The Geeche Kunda BRAG Dream Team Chapter is sponsoring a Community Ride (approximately 5 miles) will begin and end at Howard Coffin Park. Safety protocol: All participants must wear helmets and masks.
The iCan Bike program teaches children and adults with disabilities how to ride a two-wheeled bicycle without the need for adaptive devices — in other words, they can learn to ride a bicycle just like anyone else. The Bike Patrol Unit in Alpharetta has been involved with this program for the past eight years, and ... Read more
On Thursday, July 16, Bike Walk Savannah will host a Bicycle and Pedestrian Friendly Driver webinar. This webinar will delve into the laws pertaining to people biking and walking and how the design of our streets makes them safer for all users. Participants who take a short quiz at the end of the webinar will ... Read more
The purpose of the Georgia DOT Statewide Transit Plan is to coordinate with local governments, planning agencies, and transit providers to document transit needs across the state and prioritize future investments. The plan will support Georgia DOT’s multimodal planning efforts and identify strategies to ensure all Georgians have access to public transit. More information. More ... Read more
The East Coast Greenway Alliance invites you to show support for our goal of a safe, equitable and connected East Coast Greenway by participating in the Greenway Games, Aug. 1-9. The best part of the Greenway Games? You create your own event and go for the gold. Run a 5K. Bike 10 miles. Enjoy a ... Read more