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Cool Bike Happenings 24 BikeLife Tucson Free Bike Racks for Businesses Want to see more secure bike parking at your favorite destinations around Tucson The City of Tucson Bicy- cle and Pedestrian Program will give free bike racks to businesses for public use. To find out more or to apply for free bike racks contact Andy Bemis in the Department of Transportation at 520-837-6596 or andrew.bemis tucsonaz.gov. AnnualBikeandPedestrianCount PAGs 2014 Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Summary Report PAGs 2014 Regional Bicycle and 7YEARS OF DATA 1REGION Pima Association of Governments coordinates with volunteers for its annual regional bicycle and pedestrian count at over 100 locations during peak hours. Here are some key elements of the annual count 2LOCATIONS WITH OVER 1000 BICYCLISTS COUNTED 39CORE COUNT LOCATIONS 5.7 INCREASE IN BICYCLISTS 3-year rolling average Volunteerforthe2015BikeandPedestrianCount. Formoreinformationvisitwww.PAGregion.combikecount Join local businesses like The Ironwood Tree Experience that have taken advantage of this great bike rack program to make their storefront more accessible to all.