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Kids and Family Cycling Provo Bike-to-School Week

10 Tips for Building Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School is a national program that seeks to promote children’s mobility to get to and from school. It is essential for children’s health and safety, and improves student success and attendance. But because funding and accountability in the US is limited, it’s easy for programs to be overlooked or insufficient. Here are […]

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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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Provo Bike Committee

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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5 Strategies for Planning for Walking, Biking, & Transit

A friend recently pointed out that while we often talk about culture in making walking, biking, or transit more viable options for our transportation, an equally important component may be planning. This statement especially resonates when traveling with kids. If I don’t make a solid plan, weather, time constraints, and just plain life are more […]

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2018 Pedestrian Summit

At the Pedestrian Summit on November 29th, Provo was well-represented by  attendees (at least five) and presenters. Chad Thomas, from Economic Development, and Mary Wade from the PTA board at Timpanogos Elementary, participating in a panel discussion that followed the keynote speech of Jon Larsen, Salt Lake City’s Transportation Director. Here are the highlights of that […]