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Rideshare Week 2007 - 'Pledge to Pool' Campaign

The goal of Carpool.ca's Annual Rideshare Week Campaign is to increase program awareness and encourage commuters to try carpooling for one week every Fall. A variety of promotions are held in communities across Canada. The focus of Rideshare Week 2007 is a 'Pledge to Pool' campaign. Commuters are encouraged to make a personal online pledge to carpool once during their region's respective Rideshare Week. All submitted 'Pledges' will be entered into random regional draws for prizes. Read more »

Posted October 18, 2007 by Anonymous

It's Time to Green Edmonton's Fleet

New report to become part of justice alliance's municipal election work

Edmonton — A new report released today by the University of Alberta's Parkland Institute states that Edmonton is in excellent position, and can only benefit, from putting in place a concerted plan to 'green' the city's fleet of 3,500 vehicles. Read more »

Posted September 26, 2007 by Anonymous

A Sustainable, Equitable, and Smart Transportation Forum

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Not all the talk about transportation focuses on traffic...because not everyone owns a car. In fact not everyone can afford a car or can afford a bus pass. Transportation to many is more of a 'barrier' rather than a 'mode' of travel. Join The Sustainable Calgary Society and The Federation of Calgary Communities, Fellow Travelers and Special Guests in addressing Transportation issues these pressing issues and where we go from here to ensure Calgary's transportation is Sustainable, Equitable and Smart in the future.Cost: $10.00 or pay what you can Read more »

Critical Mass Documentary: "Still We Ride"

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"Still We Ride", a documentary on the Critical Mass movement in New York, will be shown at the Arusha Centre at 7pm on Friday, Aug. 31. This film will be shown right after Calgary's monthly Critical Mass ride, which will start at the Eau Claire Plaza in front of the YMCA at 5:30pm and will end at the Arusha Centre at 7pm.Excerpt from www.stillweride.com: Read more »

Bike Month: City Of Edmonton Bike Plan Open House

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The City of Edmonton recently retained Stantec Consulting to update the City's 1992 Bicycle Transportation Plan (BTP). The BTP is one of the guiding documents for the Transportation Department, dealing with how bicycles are integrated into Edmonton's transportation system. Route expansion, maintenance, and engineering standards will be examined, along with bike parking, connections to transit, and other supporting programs and policies. www.edmonton.ca/bikeplan

Bike Month: 24 Hour Bike Repair-a-thon

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Edmonton Bicycle Commuters’ Society / BikeWorks [10047 80th Ave. rear alley entrance] The EBC crew are on a mission! 24 hours of straight bicycle repairs. Stop by, hang out, bring your bike down, get dirty, have fun!

Bike Month: ETS & People's Pedal Promo Launch

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Edmonton Transit and the People's Pedal, working together to take you further.

Bike To Work Breakfast

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Bikeology Festival Fridays in June from 7-9am.@ The Bicycle Bottleneck (NW corner of 109th St + 88th Ave) & Ezio Faraone Park (North end of the High Level Bridge at 109th St)Stop by for free coffee, snacks and information. Mechanics will provide free bike maintenance checks.

Bike To Work Breakfast

Description:
Bikeology Festival Fridays in June from 7-9am.@ The Bicycle Bottleneck (NW corner of 109th St + 88th Ave) & Ezio Faraone Park (North end of the High Level Bridge at 109th St)Stop by for free coffee, snacks and information. Mechanics will provide free bike maintenance checks.

Bike To Work Breakfast

Description:
Bikeology Festival Fridays in June from 7-9am.@ The Bicycle Bottleneck (NW corner of 109th St + 88th Ave) & Ezio Faraone Park (North end of the High Level Bridge at 109th St)Stop by for free coffee, snacks and information. Mechanics will provide free bike maintenance checks.

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