Below is a public comment letter BikeAthens submitted June 5, 2012, on behalf of BikeAthens’ membership to MACORTS, our metropolitan regional planning organization. This letter will affect transportation project selection for the largest pot of funding available from the federal government. The geography includes the MACORTS area (Madison Athens-Clarke Oconee Regional Transportation study), and the list of […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Jason contributed a whooping 20 entries.
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In response to the cyclist ticket outrage at UGA last fall, BikeAthens worked with several community partners to find a solution for effective bike travel through the heart of campus. Board member Jason Perry, our UGA Liaison, worked with Jimmy Williamson of the UGA Police Department, Lara Mathes of the UGA Office of University Architects, […]
As you enjoy this Holiday Season, think of BikeAthens. From writing the first Athens Complete Streets policy to refurbishing 140 bikes, BikeAthens accomplished so much last year — and it’s all because of the support of people like you. Please consider joining us as a member, renewing your membership, or giving us a charitable donation […]
Dear Cyclist: I am a graduate student in the Master of Environmental Planning and Design program at The University of Georgia. I invite you to participate in a research study entitled Athens-Clarke County (ACC) Bike Route Plan that is being conducted under the guidance and supervision of Dr. Pratt Cassity and the ACC Department of […]
Athens-Clarke County is updating and expanding the scope of their Bicycle Route Plan, and could use your input! The first step of the project focuses on Southeast Athens, and your input will be used to help determine where bike routes should be placed in order to best serve the greatest number of people. Please take […]
The Traffic Calming Solutions manual describes in easy to understand language how to navigate through the city’s Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP). This program is the city’s method for obtaining safer street infrastructure within your neighborhood. Prepared by Katie Goodrum for BikeAthens, it illustrates the vast array of traffic calming solution options, in order to improve pedestrian safety and create […]
Update: BikeAthens and Athens Transit have selected Ellen Walker (EL Walker Design) as the winner of the Bus Route Map Redesign Contest. Thank you to all who submitted proposals! Keep your eyes peeled for new bus route maps late summer/early fall. BikeAthens has received funding from the ACTION, Inc. “Building Community Services that Grow Local Economies” […]
We’ve made a few changes to the BikeAthens Group Ride this year, and would love to get some feedback from you about it. Thanks for taking the time to fill out this survey. We appreciate your input! [iframe width=”760″ height=”1875″ src=”http://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/embeddedform?formkey=dFMyQ2lJNGRIRXJVNGl1SlVJeTNOdnc6MQ”]
Athens-Clarke County recently received a Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) designation from the League of American Bicyclists. In the latest round of BFC awards, kicking off May as National Bike Month, there were 45 new applicants with 21 communities receiving awards. With the cooperation from local non-profit BikeAthens, Athens-Clarke County Unified Government made its first application […]
We would like to thank Neal Crumb of Athens ReTool for donating 10 sets of wrenches to the Bike Recycling Program shop. These wrenches will be put to good use as we reconfigure our workshop to accommodate more volunteers with complete tool sets at individual workstations.
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