Spring 2003, p.24

Take Action
T.A. Bronx, Brooklyn & Central Park Committees Need You!

T.A.'s neighborhood and special issue committees work for T.A.'s vision for a more pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly NYC in particular areas in the city. Whether you're a good talker, writer, lifter or organizer or are just interested in seeing what's going on, the committees need you. Join them and help spread the good word and meet interesting people. E-mail volunteer@transalt.org, call 212-629-8080 or contact the committee directly (see below).

Bronx Committee
Meet other people who love the Bronx just as much as you. Help us re-open the Highbridge Bridge, reinstate car-free Sundays on the Grand Concourse, win a new segment of the Hudson River Greenway in Riverdale Park and make other pedestrian and cycling safety improvements. And, of course, become a part of the fantastic Tour de Bronx! Bronx@transalt.org or 718-653-2203.

Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión enjoying the Bronx River Greenway
with friends during Bike Week NYC. Join the Bronx Committee to help work on winning other greenways in the Bronx, including Riverdale Park.

Brooklyn Committee
Join a dynamic group of concerned Brooklynites who are making a difference in their borough. Work on the Car-Free Prospect Park campaign, the Downtown Brooklyn Traffic Calming campaign or many other important issues. www.transalt.org/Brooklyn 

Car-Free Central Park Committee

We depend upon volunteers to collect 100,000 signatures for our petition to get cars out of the Central Park loop drive, win early morning car-free hours and reach out to community groups. Spend a day in the park with a team of wonderful people doing great things. www.Car-freecentralpark.org

T.A. Launches Valet Bike Parking
"Take My Bike, Please"

Tired of looking for a bike rack, signpost or fence onto which to lock your bike at events around NYC? Worried about bike thieves and vandals? This summer, T.A. will provide valet bike parking at cultural events around the city. Look for a schedule of events on www.transalt.org. Interested in helping park bikes? E-mail volunteer@transalt.org or call 212-629-8080.

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