3/31/2017 in Mesa, Arizona. Registration now open
The Summit promises to be the premier bike advocacy event of the year, uniting the voices of bicyclists across Arizona
Arizona’s Legislative Session is now in full swing… Here are some transportation-related bills currently before the Arizona legislature
In late summer of 2010, the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition celebrated the completion of the “Red Rock Road” project on Highway 179 between Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. This was a monumental project,
This presentation is a general overview of bicycling, suitable for general audiences, and was prepared and presented by Coalition President Bob Beane to the Phoenix Rotary on Wednesday 4/8/2015. View the presentation on drive.
Arizona’s 52nd Legislature – First Regular Session is now in full swing. Below is a brief guide to following legislation in Arizona… For the nuts-and-bolts of how a bill becomes law, the multiple “readings”, and the COW, and so forth, see e.g. this document from azpolicy.org
Arizona currently has a mechanism for groups to sponsor and fundraise by ‘selling’ specialty plates to motorist who pay “an extra fee, $25 above the basic cost for a plate. The state keeps $8 for administrative costs and passes along the other $17 to sponsoring charities”. This is a per year fee.
League Announces Fall 2014 Bicycle Friendly Communities First time honoree: Phoenix is named Bicycle Friendly at the Bronze level. “Achieving Bronze level BFC is a great first step on Phoenix’s journey to Platinum level. We have a soon-to-be-approved bicycle master plan with 380 projects. I am excited for the future of bicycling in Phoenix.” — Joseph […]
The Coalition is proud to announce two $1,000 grants to two organizations that promote safe bicycling to needy bicyclists and would-be bicyclists. The awards will be used to purchase helmets, lights, or any other supplies that need to be purchased in furtherance of their mission. We-Cycle exec directorRobert Chacon, right, at arecent bike safety event The […]
League Announces Spring 2013 Bicycle Friendly Communities Gilbert’s bronze status was renewed; Glendale garners an honorable mention on their application. Arizona communities currently enjoying BFC status are Gold — Tucson/East Pima Region, Scottsdale Silver — Tempe, and Flagstaff Bronze — Chandler, Cottenwood, Gilbert, Mesa and Sedona Read the LAB press release here. (dead link) Arizona […]