Blog/News

Stay up to date

Join us for an Advocacy Campaign Workshop & State Bicycle Coalition Gathering!

September 18th, 2013 | Author: Jules4110
Category: Uncategorized

Advocacy Campaign Workshop

DATE:  Saturday, October 19
TIME:  9:00 am to 12:00 pm
PLACE:  University of Nebraska at Omaha
CPACS Building Collaborating Commons, Room 132D (Located in the center of the Dodge Street campus; directions below)

With support and guidance from the Advocacy Advance team, advocates will build upon past work and begin to develop an action plan to support bicycling and walking.

The agenda will include an overview of local priorities identified for bicycling and walking. Walking priorities were identified through last April’s Walking Action Workshop. We need your help to prioritize previously identified strategies for bicycling.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/8295611397/?ref=estw

Directions to UNO CPACS:

  • The map of the UNO campus is here: http://www.unomaha.edu/maps/docs/UNO-2010-10.pdf. The CPACS building is in the middle of theDodge street location marked CPC.
  • Metro bus #2 makes frequent stops on Dodge Streetor #11 passes close by on Leavenworth streetwith a short walk through Elmwood parkto campus:http://www.metroareatransit.com/bus-system/system-map#bus-routes
  • Bike racks are on the west side of the CPACS building or bring your bike inside with you through the doors on the North side of the building.
  • If you are driving, you can park in any lot on the weekend without a permit.

Stick around after the workshop if you want to be part of the conversation with a group that is working to establish the Nebraska Bicycle Alliance. Cyclists from the Lincoln area who have been working behind the scenes will be coming up to talk about next steps. Full agenda coming soon!

Omaha Bikes

info@omahabikes.org
1516 Cuming Street | Omaha, NE 68102
Twitter

Latest Tweet


Twitter: omahabikes

Twitter

Can't Find It?

Get'ch yo search on!

Get Connected

Newsletter

E-mail Signup

Stay up to date, sign up for updates from Omaha Bikes.
Made possible by funding from the Department of Health and Human Services
© Copyright 2017 | Omaha Bikes | Site by Grain & Mortar