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We strive for more equitable access to our community’s public space by:• Producing vibrant community events that encourage cultural exchange, facilitate dialogue, and activate ownership over our streets• Promoting active transportation as a means to better health, enjoyment and increased quality of life• Highlighting the economic and social benefit of livable streets• Aiding efforts to create engaging environments through the arts• Partnering with community and civic groups to reimagine and advocate for street design and policy that encourages community engagement and active transportation

Latest Episodes

Urban Trails Workshop - May 2016

Over the years in Gainesville and Alachua County has worked to convert unused rail beds into bicycle and pedestrian trails. These facilities, such as the Gainesville-Hawthorne, Archer Braid, and Sixth Street Trail, provide for great recreation opportunities and even some commuting, but they access limited parts of the City. How do we work to design and build a network of such trails throughout the City, in order to connect more people to more places? This workshop explored the possibilities, presenting several proposals for the next great Gainesville trail, and an interactive session to crowdsource new ideas. The format consisted of a ten minute overview, followed by three unique 10 minute preview presentations for attendees to consider. Participants then asked followup questions of each presenter to tease out additional detail and provide valuable feedback. Presenters were: Scott Wright - City of Gainesville Public Works Planning Department Michelle Park - City of Gainesville Parks...

83 MIN2016 MAY 19
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Urban Trails Workshop - May 2016

Gainesville and UF Bike Sharing in 2016

On April 20th, 2016, the Alachua County Office of Sustainability, City of Gainesville Bicycling/Pedestrian Program, and Active Streets Alliance partnered to discuss and compare UF's Gator Gears program, Departmental Bike Share, and the City's forthcoming Zagster Bike Share Program. The purpose of this lunch and learn is to educate the public on how the programs work. How each differ from other shared use models for bicycles in the community. And of course how they emphasize safety and best practices to participants.

56 MIN2016 APR 19
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Gainesville and UF Bike Sharing in 2016
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Latest Episodes

Urban Trails Workshop - May 2016

Over the years in Gainesville and Alachua County has worked to convert unused rail beds into bicycle and pedestrian trails. These facilities, such as the Gainesville-Hawthorne, Archer Braid, and Sixth Street Trail, provide for great recreation opportunities and even some commuting, but they access limited parts of the City. How do we work to design and build a network of such trails throughout the City, in order to connect more people to more places? This workshop explored the possibilities, presenting several proposals for the next great Gainesville trail, and an interactive session to crowdsource new ideas. The format consisted of a ten minute overview, followed by three unique 10 minute preview presentations for attendees to consider. Participants then asked followup questions of each presenter to tease out additional detail and provide valuable feedback. Presenters were: Scott Wright - City of Gainesville Public Works Planning Department Michelle Park - City of Gainesville Parks...

83 MIN2016 MAY 19
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Urban Trails Workshop - May 2016

Gainesville and UF Bike Sharing in 2016

On April 20th, 2016, the Alachua County Office of Sustainability, City of Gainesville Bicycling/Pedestrian Program, and Active Streets Alliance partnered to discuss and compare UF's Gator Gears program, Departmental Bike Share, and the City's forthcoming Zagster Bike Share Program. The purpose of this lunch and learn is to educate the public on how the programs work. How each differ from other shared use models for bicycles in the community. And of course how they emphasize safety and best practices to participants.

56 MIN2016 APR 19
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Gainesville and UF Bike Sharing in 2016
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