Category Archive: Advocacy

Nov 03

SA Tomorrow Bike Survey

Survey

How do you roll San Antonio?  The City of San Antonio invites you to take an online bike survey as part of the SA Tomorrow Multimodal Transportation Plan outreach efforts. Everyone is encouraged to take the survey, including those who currently ride and those interested in riding bicycles. The survey, located at www.satomorrow.com/survey is available in …

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Jun 27

Family Ride: PJ’s First big Bicycle Adventure

Health issues postponed the next cycling adventure after PJ’s first ride: Shortly after PJ’s first ride on the bicycle, he started having an ear infection. Here in Texas, this spring has had its record breaking moments. I’m sure you heard about our floods in the news. The seasonal allergies are also at a 20 year …

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Jun 17

More Vision Zero Stuff: Seattle, Washington

Yesterday, I blogged about the Vision Zero movement in San Antonio, Texas. Today, in my cycling blog sphere I learned about a same titled “Vision Zero” plan for Seattle. I liked the catch phrase of  “We should not accept death as a byproduct of commuting.”  This Vision Zero seems to be a movement, learn more about …

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Jun 16

SA Update: Vision Zero: Making San Antonio’s Streets Safe (Rivard Report)

I’ve been a fan of the Rivard Report for sometime and hope to contribute to them someday. I’ve been asked before since starting the blog. This year, we had a run-off election here in San Antonio. We had a interim mayor, Ivy Taylor, ever since Julian Castro moved up to Washington DC. (Julian Castro was …

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Feb 05

“Roll Models” Ride for Fitness

Wow it’s been a while since I’ve posted. It’s also been a busy few months. We had a death in the family back in November (Tina’s Grandmother), then Christmas, a camping trip here or there, and also…. We are expecting a baby! (Due in Aug. 2014)! Well, I found this video today and really like …

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