Bike Anchorage is an all-volunteer organization, and ultimately we need your help to be successful in our mission to make Anchorage more bicycle friendly. Come out to our events!
We will be meeting at Margaret Eagan Sullivan Park (Westchester Lagoon) at 10 am on Sunday the 24th. From there, we will ride along the Chester Creek Trail to the Russian Jack counting station. We will head back to Westchester Lagoon via the Ship Creek Trail, with a planned 1 pm return. This ride will include a total of 13 miles. Due to the distance, it might not be suitable for kids (sorry!). Helmet + bike + water are a must, smartphone (for the data collection App) is a plus!
A little background:
On September 23rd-24th, Anchorage Transportation Planning and Alta Planning + Design are organizing a Trails Data Collection Blitz. This effort will aid in the development of the city's new Non-Motorized Plan - an important document that will set priorities for things we care about, like new trails, sidewalks, and bike lanes!
We will be joined by Fred Young, Principal Designer with Alta Planning + Design, who will explain how the data collection will inform future city planning. So come along if you're curious about Anchorage's non-motorized future!
Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for the first public open house where we will be conducting a corridor audit to identify issues and opportunities for pedestrian, bicycle, and transit mobility on Denali Street and 36th Avenue. A questionnaire and mapping exercise will be used to help us identify what issues matter to you!
More here: www.midtownimprovementsdenali.com