BikeLife Seeking New Partners For 2018

BikeLife Cities is actively seeking new partners and extends an invitation to cities, towns and counties to learn about our program for 2018. We’ve helped leading cities: Boulder, Denver, Seattle, Cambridge, Anchorage, Tucson, Kansas City, San Diego and Tempe/Mesa/Phoenix and would like to invite your town to explore our program by scheduling a no-obligation educational call.  Our partner cities have used Bike Life’s custom approach to promote and enhance:

  • Vision Zero and Safety Goals
  • Safe Routes to Schools
  • Environmental Goals
  • Bike and Pedestrian Safety
  • Local and Regional Stakeholders
  • New Bike/Ped Improvements
  • Routes and Maps
  • Bike Share
  • Bike to Work Day
  • Ciclovia and Events
  • Community Engagement

Whether promoting cycling, Vision Zero safety goals, SafeRoutes to School or working to increase multi-modal transportation alternatives, BikeLife would be delighted to couple our successful multi-media program with your goals.

At BikeLife, we’ve seen first hand that bicycling makes cities more sustainable, healthier and more vibrant places to live and work.  Working with our partners, BikeLife is making a measurable difference building safety awareness and increasing multi-modal trips in Seattle, Cambridge and San Diego County. BikeLife has partnered with nine cities–and brings a growing network of local and national partners and sponsoring organizations to each new partnership.

We are now scheduling 30 minute educational calls and engaging with new cities for 2018. Please contact us to learn more and schedule a no obligation initial consultation to explore how BikeLife (we also develop custom titles, like Getting Around Cambridge and Urban Streets Seattle) can help you with your 2018 goals. Working together, we can enhance your community outreach, reduce trips by car, get the community behind new projects and help make your city a safer and more sustainable place to live, work and play.

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