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Take the Provo City General Plan Survey!

Provo City is updating its General Plan, a document which will shape the future of Provo for the next twenty years. The City is asking for your opinion on what our future should look like. A survey is open for just a week more (until April 20) which you should take RIGHT NOW at https://www.provogeneralplan.com.

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#bikewalkstories Christine Frandsen

Recently I observed a single rider pedaling a front-loading cargo bike in my neighborhood. It was a cold, early afternoon and I also noticed that the large, cargo box was covered with a canopy of plastic, arched over the top like a covered wagon, to protect its precious cargo (possibly children inside). I thought I’d […]

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Happy #NationalWalkingDay! 👟👟

What a beautiful Spring day for a stroll in Provo. Tell us your favorite place to walk in the comments then get out there and enjoy! View on Instagram https://instagr.am/p/CNYNoJABFrh/

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#bikewalkprovostories Grant Madson

“When we moved to Provo my wife and I wanted to be sure I could walk to work. There were a lot of reasons—the obvious health benefits, the savings, the time saved from a long commute. More than that, though, I wanted to experience the community that lay between home and work. I liked the […]

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Rep. Curtis joins Congressional Bike Caucus after invitation from BikeWalk Provo Volunteers

Today, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) released a statement after joining the Congressional Bike Caucus this month, signaling his commitment to support biking as a bipartisan approach to address car emissions and transportation issues in American cities. The announcement comes after a recent visit to Provo where Curtis joined BikeWalk Provo on its “World-famous Bike Tour” […]

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TONIGHT. Link in bio. Be there. Let’s show Provo City that residents want a walkable city.

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If you walk around the BYU area at night, we HIGHLY recommend that you participate in this study. There are too many crashes and near misses around BYU. Pedestrians and Provo’s student population deserve safe walking conditions.

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Join the City’s General Plan Virtual Open House and share your opinions!

We have a track record of showing up to city open houses in such great force that city staff calls the public comment “heavily skewed” and “invalid”. Let’s do it again. Link in bio. ……… Car-oriented suburban housing, strip malls, and wide streets led by NIMBYism and an outdated zoning code have dominated Provo’s development […]

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#bikewalkprovostories Erik Hight

Carving a line south along 300 W towards Center Street he glides on trucks and wheels like a ice skater on ice. Erik has been using a skateboard for transportation since graduating from high school six years ago here in Provo. He owns a car and uses it for short trips, less than three miles, 3-4 […]

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The @bikeutah summit is back for April 2021 and filled with valuable information for active transportation professionals and advocates as usual. The summit will feature lectures and workshops over three days online and a half day of an outdoor experience. Register now for just $60! Link will also be posted in our link tree: https://ift.tt/38HCP7Z

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