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Funding your school bicycle project

Do you know a teacher or school administrator who wants to start a bike education project but needs some funding help? I will participate in a blogger challenge in October from Donors Choose, an online resource to connect teachers needs with people who would like to give. For the October fund raising challenge, I’d like read more »

Santa Cruz County wants your input on transportation projects

The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission plans the transportation projects around the county and is responsible for divvying out the dollars for those projects. They want your opinions on projects they should prioritize for your part of the the County.

More Federal dollars for bike projects

Federal Transit Agency seeks public comment on proposed policy change for pedestrian and bicycle access projects Local governments can apply to several programs administered by the U.S. Federal Transit Agency (FTA) to improve pedestrian and cyclist access to transit centers. Under Federal law, any capital project to enhance pedestrian and bicycle access must have a read more »

Federal Safe Routes to School reauthorization

The current Federal Safe Routes to School Act expires at the end of the current fiscal year on September 1, 2009. Senators Tom Harkin (D-IA), Richard Burr (R-NC) , Bernard Sanders (I-VT), Jeff Merkley (D-OR), and Susan Collins (R-ME) joined together to introduce the Safe Routes to School Program Reauthorization Act (S. 1156). This bill read more »

Bikes Belong Awards $44,200 in Grants for Recreation Projects

Bikes Belong is celebrating the joy of cycling and trailbuilding this spring by awarding six recreation-focused grants to grassroots groups across the country. The projects—all made possible by dedicated volunteers—include a riverfront path, a freeride trail, a BMX freestyle park, and some really sweet backcountry singletrack. From all of us at Bikes Belong, enjoy the read more »

Federal gas tax expires in September

Have you noticed the 18.4 cent Federal gasoline tax that funds 90% of the U.S. Highway Trust Fund expires on September 30?