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#bikewalkprovostories Helen Czerepinski and granddaughter Abigail. Helen is in her 70’s and tows around her disabled granddaughter Abigail (11). They don’t know how much time Abigail has left, but they are making it as enjoyable as they can for her. “Before COVID, she could go as long as no one was sick, but now we can’t take her to school or playgrounds. This was the best way to get her out, and she’s so happy moving around and getting outside. She can’t walk or talk but she lets me know she likes this. I could take her in the wheelchair, but I would have to put a mask on, and I can go much further and protect her better because she’s in the trailer. And it’s good for me!”

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Our Right of Way webinar is TODAY at 4pm. If you have not registered, do it now! You won’t want to miss this valuable conversation with Angie Schmitt! HIT THAT LINK IN OUR BIO

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BikeWalk Provo Responds to Provo City Council Transportation Retreat

Yesterday, Provo City Council met with representatives from UDOT, UTA, and MAG to talk about regional transportation projects. The conversation was productive and our council members showed Provo residents how forward-thinking they are with Provo’s future transportation systems. It’s clear our council wants to shift trips from automobiles to active transportation and public transit. However, […]

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You love to see it: @utahtransportation constructing a bike- and pedestrian-only intersection at 300 North and 500 West.

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BikeWalk Provo’s World-famous Biking Tour of Provo

At the start of this pandemic, we released a walking tour map that shows you some of Provo’s best examples of walkability and areas for improvement. We’ve done the same thing for biking. And today, we’re sharing that map with you. This route primarily uses Provo’s low-stress bike network and is designed to be comfortable […]

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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: BikeWalk Provo, @moveutah, @utahtransportation, @byugeography, @byuengineering, and @apautah are excited to host @schmangee presenting the ideas about the epidemic of increasing pedestrian deaths from her @island_press book “Right of Way.” Hit that link in our bio and register now!

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BikeWalk Provo Welcomes Angie Schmitt for “Right of Way” Webinar

BikeWalk Provo, along with UDOT’s Move Utah, BYU Geography, BYU Civil and Environmental Engineering, and American Planning Association’s Utah Chapter is pleased to host a conversation with writer and safe streets expert Angie Schmitt via Zoom on October 29 at 4pm. Angie will give a 30-minute presentation focusing on the ideas expressed in her new […]

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BikeWalk Provo is launching #BikeWalkProvoStories, a social media campaign highlighting the diverse range of people who walk, bike, scoot, roll, or take transit in Provo. WE WANT TO SHARE YOUR STORY. Please hit the link in our bio to submit your story.

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BikeWalk Provo Stories: we need your stories!

BikeWalk Provo is launching a social media campaign to highlight people who walk, bike, roll, or ride transit in Provo–showing the vast diversity of people who use sustainable forms of transportation in Provo. We’d like to tell the world your story! Please fill out this form so we can share your story.

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Bike to School Week is Here

Bike to School Week 2020 starts Monday! We’re working with Provo schools and bike shops to encourage biking to school. Read through these flyers and follow the included instructions to get a prize for biking to school! Huge thanks to the local bike shops who are sponsoring this activity. See more info and enter to […]