- Come pedal your way through the city on a tasty tour curated by major restaurateurs with plenty of mouthwatering stops along the way. Each group of 25 will be led through the city by industry insiders, stopping at eight not-to-be-missed venues: Bubby’s Marlow & Sons Dumpling Galaxy Bunker SingleCut Beersmiths Old-School Specialty Shops HENRY’s A full day of riding and eating, capped off with a celebratory meal at HENRY’s on the UWS...what more could you ask for on an April Saturday?
- Calling all New Yorkers who love #CarFreeParks: In January, Mayor Bill de Blasio declared Brooklyn’s Prospect Park car-free. Now it’s Manhattan’s turn to get its own big car-free backyard. On May 1, join us to demand that Central Park's entire loop road finally be made car-free! On the first day of Bike Month, May 1, 2018, join Transportation Alternatives for a Bike-to-Work Ride and Rally for #CarFreeParks. Meet your neighbors and fellow New Yorkers who bike, including City Council Member Helen Rosenthal. We will gather outside her district office at 563 Columbus Avenue, near 87th Street at …
- We have the power to transform Staten Island's North Shore! Hidden below the abandoned tracks, the obscured views and the remnants of an industrial past are opportunities for fresh air, green space, waterfront access and active transportation and recreation in our very own backyard. On May 5th, join us at the beautiful Dutch Reformed Church of Staten Island, right along the waterfront, and learn why now is the time for a North Shore Greenway! We'll be joined by local community and economic leaders, public health experts and greenway engineers who will lead panels on bridge connections,…
- Join us on May 9 in Albany as we demand more life-saving speed safety cameras in New York City. Since 2001, more than 5,000 people have been killed in traffic in NYC, and motor vehicles remain a leading cause of child injury deaths. To address this epidemic, speed safety cameras have been effective - speeding violations are down 63% and injuries to people walking are down 23% at the average camera location. However, NYS law limits NYC to operate cameras at just 140 school zones, even though our city has more than 2,000 schools, leaving 93% of students without this life-saving technology.…
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Channeling your grief and trauma into action saves lives and is proven to help encourage your own healing. Come learn why street design is the most important Vision Zero tool, hear more about current fights for street redesign, and help us strategize how we can pass a bill this legislative session that will mandate proven solutions when fixing our streets.
Join us for an end of the season picnic. The evening will end with a short release of floating lanterns to remember those we have lost and the trauma we have suffered.