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News / Blog Community News News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Oct 16)

News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Oct 16)

Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:

 

atxbikefest wheel covers biketexasFrom BikeTexas:

#ATXBikeFest is just two weeks away! Check out volunteer opportunities, plan your trip to Govalle Park, and get your costume ready for the costume contest.

Time is running short to get your school's winning poster to us for the Saris 5th Grade Poster Contest. Winning posters must be postmarked by October 21!

Are you a state employee? Now is the time to support bicycle advocacy through your charitable giving program.

Submit your speaker proposal now for #TTAT2016.

 

From around Texas:

Sign up now for the Hippo Hunt ride in Hutto.

Dallas Councilmember Kingston steps up for safe streets.

Corpus Christi's Caller-Times calls for better street design and enforcement for the city's health

Meanwhile, San Antonio has a sidewalk problem.

El Paso is working on a bike plan.

Great stuff is happening for light rail in Dallas and Houston.

And Hutto may one day have public transportation of its own.

 

From elsewhere:

An NYC op-ed calls for a bicycle network to make the streets better for pedestrians and people on bikes.

What's happening for walking and biking to school in Seattle.

Want to live longer? Ride a bike.

People of all ages are looking for alternatives to nonstop driving.

New bike boxes have arrived in Boise.

Is your city thinking of building a stroad? Not so fast, the feds say.

Finally, Mission: Readiness continues to urge communities to find ways for young Americans to be fit--it's a matter of national security.

 

Have a great weekend!

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