10 Ways to Get Involved

In New York City, 80% of our public space has been taken over by traffic and parking. We need supporters like you to take action to reclaim our streets.

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A group of activists

Meet Other Supporters in Your Area

There are activists in your neighborhood who are working together to reclaim local streets, and they are looking for help.

Find a local meeting

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Stay Up to Date

Stay Up to Date

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Advocates on the Brooklyn Bridge

Support a Grassroots Campaign

Hundreds of New Yorkers have already launched petitions to demand new bike lanes and public plazas.

Support their campaigns

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Riders on the Tour de Staten Island

Ride your bike

Reclaiming our streets can be as simple as riding a bike. TransAlt Bike Tours provide a whole new perspective.

Sign up to ride

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A TransAlt volunteer signing up new members

Commit to the Movement

We need your help to reclaim the streets of New York City. It’s about building truly safe streets, and a city where public space is for everyone.

Donate Now

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A rendering of the Chrystie Street two-way bike lane

Fix Your Street

Streetopia is TransAlt’s vision for a city of fewer cars. There, you can dream up an idea to improve a local street, demand a change, and launch a petition campaign to back it up.

Start Today

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A TransAlt organizer leading a training

Train for the Movement

With low-cost classes from community organizing to online activism, we will teach you how to be a more effective activist.

Sign up to train

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Families for Safe Streets members speaking at a rally

Tell Your Story

Traffic crash survivors, and the families of those killed, play a critical role in the movement.

Join Families for Safe Streets

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A ghost bike memorial

In Memoriam

You can support the safe streets movement with a donation in someone's memory.

Make a memorial donation

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2017 Vision Zero Cities conference

Attend the Vision Zero Cities Conference

The Vision Zero Cities conference brings together leading industry and policy experts, advocates, elected officials, and members of the public who are committed to realizing Vision Zero.

Register now