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BikeProvo Instagram Update

It’s time to put our money where our mouths are. If you believe increased bike-ability will improve Provo, we need your help. We’re raising $500 to affiliate as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. This will allow us to more easily raise money to fund tactical urbanism projects and hire urbanist speakers to train city employees. We […]

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Orem Traffic Calming Demonstration Art installation: Tonight (Friday) starting at 7pm, 165 S 600 W, Orem. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. See it in action: Tomorrow (Saturday) between 10am and 2pm, 165 S 600 W, Orem. #blog via Instagram https://ift.tt/2CUD6Gk

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Active Transportation Tour tomorrow (Saturday) at 9am Bring your bike and meet at the Provo Central Station (300 W 600 S) for a tour of the city’s bike lanes and pathways. City officials will be there, so this is a good time to use your voice to encourage Provo to build more! #blog via Instagram […]

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Provo Bicycle Collective Gives 90 Bikes for Bike to School Week

From Provo Bicycle Collective: “When the school district asked us to participate in Bike to School Week this year, we went all in. Provo Bicycle Collective originally promised 75 bikes to local elementary schools, but the requests kept coming after that, until we reached 90 bikes. Why did we promise this?┬áBecause every kid deserves a […]

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Mayor Kaufusi Presents at Move Utah Summit

On September 26, 2018 Mayor Kaufusi sat on a panel of mayors and county comissioners that talked about their successes in promoting active transportation. Mayor Kaufusi showed this great video about UVX. Kaufusi noted that UVX ridership has increased by 400% since BYU’s fall semester started. Over 9,000 people rode it to the BYU football […]

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The High Cost of Free Parking

Yesterday Donald Shoup (aka Shoup Dogg) came to the Salt Lake Valley to speak about our current parking issues and how we can solve them. Shoup suggests two main things: Abolish minimum parking requirements Charge the right price for parking He argues that if cities can do these two things, there will be enough parking […]