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August 2017 News
Bike Safety Curricula
We've got you covered. No matter what kind of bike safety curricula you're looking for, we will help you find one that fits your audience and venue. We've written curricula for our state and our laws. And if you need more, or something different for your outreach opportunity, we have a depth of knowledge to refer you to other fantastic and public resources out there. Contact us todayto find out more!
PCC and partners meet with SCDOT
The PCC recently met with SCDOT to begin a long term campaign for more Multi Modal planning on South Carolina's state owned roads - whether we travel by bike, on foot, in a car, or a bus.
We have a broad list of partners moving this policy initiative forward, and we currently seek more local organizations and Mayors to sign on to our campaign letter for this state policy effort.
Contact us today to find out more!
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Local Event Highlights
Charleston: Legare Bridge at County Council
Join Charleston Moves,
TONIGHT @5pm, in North Charleston, in support of efforts to secure safe access across the Legare Bridge, a
project 15 years in the making. Charleston County staff and Council don't support the
lane conversion, so show support to Charleston Moves' effort to have the County turn the project entirely over to the City of Charleston. Even more important than speaking, is that supporters of the bike and pedestrian lane - are present and filling the room. They'll be stationed outside chambers with stickers; be sure to snag yours as you walk in! @5pm in Charleston County Council's chambers (4045 Bridge View Drive)
Pedal Hilton Head Island!
Experience Hilton Head Island by bike like never before! The 62 mile metric-century and 40 mile rides will take you over the Island's bridges and waterways, out to Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge and beyond. Take the Pedal for a Kid Challenge and get their signature cycling jersey. Event benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.
Mark your calendars for Oct 1-3, 2017, in Durham, NC, for the East Coast Greenway: Southeast Greenways & Trails Summit. Early bird rates end August 25. The Summit will bring together transportation planners, elected officials, trail and public health advocates, and others who are working to put the Southeast on the map as a great place for active bicycle and pedestrian transportation as well as recreation.