The Final segment of the Provo River Trail was recommended to the State Transportation Commission for funding at $6.1 million. They will be taking public comment until the May 22 meeting in Park City. To encourage the committee to fund this project, please email your thoughts to transportationcommission@utah.gov. Every positive comment helps!

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The BikeWalk Provo Public Works Department strikes again! Volunteers found a bike route sign in the 500 West construction ditch and hung it up to further advertise one of the best bike routes in town–200 East. What little changes would you make to make life more enjoyable for people on foot and bike? #provoproud #bikeprovo #walkprovo #bikewalkprovo #tacticalurbanism

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Photo from BikeWalk Provo volunteer @robbyaloha showcasing the crystal-clear air now that people are driving less. Remember, biking and walking is encouraged in social distancing so long as you stay 6ft away from people. We all need exercise and fresh air to keep good mental health during this time.

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money + pavement = driving Despite what the proposed @provocity Transportation Master Plan thinks, “building our way out” of congestion is impossible. We must instead plan a city that provides safe and convenient ways to get around without driving–dense development, complete streets, public transit, etc.

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