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Virtual True Beginners Course

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Are you ready to be part of Atlanta’s bicycling craze? The city’s got more and more folks out there riding bikes for fitness, commuting to work and school, as a means to get errands done, or taking in the BeltLine and other park spaces on two wheels. Come learn how to ride a bike. This ... Read more Virtual True Beginners Course

Webinar: Congestion Pricing’s Role in Building More Equitable Transportation Systems

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Congestion pricing is an idea that has broad support from transportation practitioners. However, many elected officials and members of the general public are skeptical that these charges, which would apply to drivers on the busiest roads during the busiest times of day, are regressive fees. Well-designed congestion pricing policies can not only minimize impacts, but ... Read more Webinar: Congestion Pricing’s Role in Building More Equitable Transportation Systems

Complete Streets: Design and Policy in Southern Georgia Communities

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Do you want to learn more about how to design streets and influence policies to better accommodate all road users of all ages and abilities? Complete Streets are designed to safely accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists, motor vehicles, delivery drivers, persons with disabilities, and more. The Southern Georgia Regional Commission will be hosting two virtual training events ... Read more Complete Streets: Design and Policy in Southern Georgia Communities

Webinar: Best Practices for Incorporating Equity Into Performance-Based Processes

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Recent events have further highlighted the systemic inequities built into American society, and our transportation infrastructure is no exception. People of color consistently experience worse mobility outcomes than white people, with longer and more difficult trips to access employment and other critical needs. These barriers have a major impact on economic stability and wealth accrual. ... Read more Webinar: Best Practices for Incorporating Equity Into Performance-Based Processes

Atlanta Bicycle Coalition 1st Quarterly Stakeholder Briefing

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Do you have a stake in building an Atlanta where everyone moves safely, easily, and sustainably throughout the city? Please join Executive Director Rebecca Serna on Thursday, August 20 at 6:00 PM for our first-ever quarterly stakeholder briefing as she provides program updates, asks for your feedback on our existing advocacy priorities, and answers your ... Read more Atlanta Bicycle Coalition 1st Quarterly Stakeholder Briefing

Georgia’s Plan for Outdoor Recreation Online Public Meeting

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Lots of people ride bicycles in our state for transportation as well as fun outdoor recreation with their friends and family. Details below about the Department of Natural Resources updating their statewide outdoor recreation plan — let them know you want to ride bicycles (of all kinds!) in state parks and to include bicycles in ... Read more Georgia’s Plan for Outdoor Recreation Online Public Meeting

Virtual True Beginners Course

Virtual Event

Are you ready to be part of Atlanta’s bicycling craze? The city’s got more and more folks out there riding bikes for fitness, commuting to work and school, as a means to get errands done, or taking in the BeltLine and other park spaces on two wheels. Come learn how to ride a bike. This ... Read more Virtual True Beginners Course

The Catalytic Impact of Trails on Communities

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Part 1 of 5 of The Catalytic Impact of Trails on Communities Webinar Series. This innovative webinar series will explain the amazing influence of trails, access to the outdoors they create, and how that access positively impacts almost every aspect of a community’s quality of life. Presented by: Greg Brumitt, President, Active Strategies Andy Williamson, Principal, Active ... Read more The Catalytic Impact of Trails on Communities

Georgia’s Plan for Outdoor Recreation Online Public Meeting

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Lots of people ride bicycles in our state for transportation as well as fun outdoor recreation with their friends and family. Details below about the Department of Natural Resources updating their statewide outdoor recreation plan — let them know you want to ride bicycles (of all kinds!) in state parks and to include bicycles in ... Read more Georgia’s Plan for Outdoor Recreation Online Public Meeting

City Cycling Class

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Atlanta’s getting better by bike, and the best way to enjoy it is confidently! This instructional ride will help you improve your experience and safety while pedaling our city’s streets. Find more details & RSVP for classes at https://www.atlantabike.org/citycycling. Classes are free & occur the second Wednesday of every month. Give your city cycling confidence ... Read more City Cycling Class

Webinar: A National Scan of Bike Share Equity Programs: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

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Connecting with cities and bike share operators from across the United States, Portland State University conducted a nationwide scan on what programs and initiatives were running to address equity in bike share. The report “National Scan of Bike Share Equity Programs” documents responses from over 70 bike share systems. This resource will help cities and ... Read more Webinar: A National Scan of Bike Share Equity Programs: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Webinar: Economic and Business Outcomes of Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

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The National Street Improvements Study, conducted by Portland State Universit in conjunction with PeopleForBikes and consulting firm Bennett Midland, researched the economic effects of bicycle infrastructure on 14 corridors across six cities — Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Memphis, Minneapolis and Indianapolis. The study found that improvements such as bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure had either positive ... Read more Webinar: Economic and Business Outcomes of Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

Webinar: Economic and Business Outcomes of Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

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The National Street Improvements Study, conducted by PSU in conjunction with PeopleForBikes and consulting firm Bennett Midland, researched the economic effects of bicycle infrastructure on 14 corridors across six cities — Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Memphis, Minneapolis and Indianapolis. The study found that improvements such as bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure had either positive or non-significant ... Read more Webinar: Economic and Business Outcomes of Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

City Cycling Class

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Atlanta’s getting better by bike, and the best way to enjoy it is confidently! This instructional ride will help you improve your experience and safety while pedaling our city’s streets. Find more details & RSVP for classes at https://www.atlantabike.org/citycycling. Classes are free & occur the second Wednesday of every month. Give your city cycling confidence ... Read more City Cycling Class

Make it Count: Collecting and Applying Trail Count Data Webinar

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Learn from industry experts, advocates, and practitioners about how to collect and apply trail count data, and how to leverage that data in order to achieve meaningful, tangible changes in your community. More information.

City Cycling Class

Virtual Event

Atlanta’s getting better by bike, and the best way to enjoy it is confidently! This instructional ride will help you improve your experience and safety while pedaling our city’s streets. Find more details & RSVP for classes at https://www.atlantabike.org/citycycling. Classes are free & occur the second Wednesday of every month. Give your city cycling confidence ... Read more City Cycling Class