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Call for FY ’07 Project Applications: Due Date is August 1, 2006!
The National Park Service's Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) announces a call for projects that would like to apply for planning assistance in FY2007 (October 2006 – September 2007). The guidelines for applying, which include the criteria for project selection can be obtained through this link: www.nps.gov/ncrc/programs/rtca/contactus/applicationguidelines.pdf.
Texas Bicycle Coalition’s 15th anniversary celebration and first live auction is approaching. Read more to find out what one-of-a-kind items you can bid on and how to bid if you won’t be at this year’s Hotter’N Hell Hundred. Show your support of the Coalition’s efforts to advocate for ALL Texas cyclists by taking part in this live auction on Friday, August 25 at Hotter’N Hell!
Texas Bicycle Coalition encourages Texas cyclists to attend a Trans-Texas Corridor public hearing hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation. The hearings will provide citizens an opportunity to learn about and comment on Trans-Texas Corridor 35 that will traverse Texas from Oklahoma to Mexico.
On June 24, 2006, Education Program Manager Robin Hendershot and Education Administrative Assistant Allison Seale traveled to Texas State University in San Marcos to hold a one-day Bicycle Rodeo for a Texas State children’s fitness camp with children ranging in ages 6 to 13. As part of the week-long camp, the kids learned the Seven Texas Bike Laws and other bicycle safety lessons from the Texas SuperCyclist Program in order to prepare for the Bicycle Rodeo. Proper arm signals to indicate stopping, turning left and right and the parts of a bicycle were among some of the important lessons that the children reviewed before the event.
Cyclists’ Appeals Fall on Deaf Ears
On Tuesday, June 13, 2006, cyclists filled the room at the Anna City Council public hearing about the bike ban on FM 455 in Collin County, north of Dallas. The Herald Democrat newspaper estimated that almost 100 cyclists gathered for the hearing.
Updates on cycling advocacy efforts in Austin, Fort Worth and Houston.
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