Advocacy Opportunities Abound

Working with the government to enact change sounds great, but it requires work. The MLBC is working to help make the Central Sierra a better place to bike, walk and live. Here is a heap of chances to learn about what is being planned and to participate. The MLBC has requested Caltrans District 10 makeContinue reading “Advocacy Opportunities Abound”

Tuolumne County Active Transportation Plan Digital Workshop Postponed

The Active Transportation Plan Digital Meeting scheduled for August 4, 2020 has been postponed and will be rescheduled. The workshops for the two proposed ATP projects are not affected. Details are available at UPCOMING DIGITAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS DRAGOON GULCH CONNECTOR TRAILTHURSDAY, AUGUST 6TH, 2020 4:00 – 5:00PMJOIN ZOOM MEETING: https://ZOOM.US/J/92927607075 MEETING ID: 929 2760Continue reading “Tuolumne County Active Transportation Plan Digital Workshop Postponed”

Tuolumne County Active Transportation Digital Workshops

Folks have been getting outside for walks and bike rides in record numbers!  Let’s build on the momentum and give feedback on the Tuolumne County Draft Active Transportation Plan and projects in Jamestown and Sonora. UPCOMING DIGITAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLANTUESDAY, AUGUST 4TH, 2020 4:30 – 6:00PMJOIN ZOOM MEETING: HTTPS://US02WEB.ZOOM.US/J/82560025856 MEETING ID: 825 6002Continue reading “Tuolumne County Active Transportation Digital Workshops”

Follow Bicycle Safety Standards for Rumble Strip Installation

Join me in supporting Adventure Cycling’s petition asking for better bicycle safety standards with rumble strip design and installation. State transportation agencies continue to install rumble st… — Read on

Tuolumne County Community Survey

If you haven’t already done so, completing the Tuolumne County Community Survey will give you a chance to provide your priorities for the Board of Supervisors. Better facilities for walking and biking are not on the checklists, but there are opportunities to write them in under “other”. The survey closes February 13, 2020.

The Chasm Between the Sonoras

Mono Way and the East Sonora Bypass are the connecting routes between Sonora and East Sonora. Both were constructed as Caltrans highways without much thought of community or the needs of pedestrians and bikes. But does it have to stay that way? The roads have high bridges spanning the defining natural feature of the area,Continue reading “The Chasm Between the Sonoras”

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