Bicycling is growing as more people discover the joys and convenience of bicycling. Businesses want more people to walk and bicycle because more foot traffic means more spending and social energy in local business districts.
People want to walk or bicycle more in their daily lives to reduce transportation costs, stay healthy, and have more active lifestyles.
At the same time too many people are still hurt or killed while bicycling. The average person will not join those of us who already bicycle and walk unless we overhaul our streets with safe streets and bikeways that connect our destinations and protect us from speeding car traffic.
See all the people in our community standing- up and smiling big in order to support Better Bikeways and Walkable Cities, visit our Instagram.
Read the blog post on Walkable Cities: Here
HOW DO WE CONTRIBUTE?
Support. Shasta Living Streets works to share the broad support by individuals, families and businesses in our community for Better Bikeways and more Walkable Cities. Funding. We help local agencies secure more funding for implementation of changes on the streets and development of greenways and trails. Best Practice. We share information and facilitating conversation about best practice and innovations in street and neighborhood design so we can all better support improvements. Better Design. We help local agencies and cities plan for improved local standards and street design that meets the needs of individuals, families and businesses in our community.
Become a Member of Shasta Living Streets. Build the movement for excellence and active living in our community. It’s easy: Here
Add your smile to our set of photos. Come to one of our events and have your photo taken, or contact Anne at email@example.com
Read Walkable Cities with us. Join our community-wide book club or one of our conversations about what makes towns and cities thrive. Information: Here 1st Blog Post Review: Here
Collaborate. Shasta Living Streets is a collaborative effort by people like you. Add a little of your time and energy to make a difference. More information: Here