Transportation Symposium

Peaceful coexistence of the bike and the bus.

Recently, BYU made the decision to cut the discounted bus pass for students and faculty next school year. Students at BYU organized this Transportation Symposium for tomorrow night (Thursday) in response to this decision, exploring public transportation, parking laws in Provo, bicycling in Provo, sustainability, with presentations by students, BYU faculty, and LDS Church officials. Come show your support for alternative transportation.

Thursday, November 4th

6:30-8 pm

B190 JFSB (BYU Campus, the newer building on the west side of campus, in the basement)

There’s also a chance to win gift certificates from Communal. So come be a part of the community.

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Carol Ann is a BYU grad student, studying Teacher Education and working part time at a local charter school. A bike enthusiast, Carol Ann grew up riding bikes with her family and to summer swim team every day in her hometown Boise, Idaho. She hopes bikes will have a safe existence in Provo and with better relations between bikes and cars. Carol Ann rides her grandfather's '70's blue Schwinn cruiser bike and a burgundy Peugeot 10-speed. You can spot her a mile away with her baby blue helmet. She claims she wears it to honor her parents.

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