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Did you see the news? @Provocitygovernment signed a deal with @zagsterbikeshare to provide 100 bikeshare bikes and 200 @ridespin electric scooters! Please visit the mayor’s blog and comment to show your support! More people on two wheels means more people caring about the safety of our streets and more city officials designing streets for active transportation.

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Now’s your chance to see your art hit the streets of Provo! Help turn 300 W into a neighborhood bikeway by submitting art for our summer tactical urbanism project. Prizes from local bike shops will be awarded to the selected artists, including a 1-year membership to @provobicyclecollective, which includes unlimited access to their shop, classes, and discounts. Deadline June 13. Click link in bio for details. #bikeprovo #bikeutah #tacticalurbanism #urbanart

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Open Call for Urban Art! Help Design the 300 W Neighorhood Bikeway Tactical Urbanism Project

The Neighborhoods surrounding 300 W have a vision: turn 300 West between the Frontrunner & the Provo River Trail into a safe, connected bikeway! Help with the first steps by submitting your art for our tactical urbanism project between 500 North and 300 North, which will be on display for about a month or two. […]

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An A to @universityplaceorem for effort but a failure in the end since you can’t lock the frame of your bike with this design. So close.

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Mountainlands Association of Governments, our regional planning agency, is hosting a public open house for Transplan50 (their long-range transportation plan) TOMORROW, Wednesday June 19 at 4:00pm at their office (586 E 800 N, Orem). We encourage you to attend and voice your support for streets that make it safe to bike and walk.

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When you build 26-foot lanes, people will speed. Next time build a narrower street and you won’t need the sign. @paysonutah

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Why do we build 5-lane empty roads when we could build 2-lane empty roads, save millions of dollars, reduce traffic speeds, and make it easy for pedestrians to cross? This is the west end of @spanishforkcity Center Street.

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Always so good to see the bike racks at @provorecreationcenter full! Time for a few by the pool entrance, too!

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Phil Sarnoff’s Presentation on Provo’s Path to a Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Community

Phil Sarnoff, executive director of Bike Utah, came to our June 2019 meeting to present on steps Provo can take to help reach gold-level status as a Bicycle Friendly Community. Be sure to take a few minutes to check out the presentation here. You can also view the livestreamed video of the meeting below: A […]

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Natural traffic calming at Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska.

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