Events

Septiembre 2019

  • Nature and Mindfulness


    111 John Street, Suite 260 (subject to change)
    New York

    Families for Safe Streets Injury Support Community.  Have you been injured in a traffic crash?  Some days feel great and others not so much?  Join us for a social evening with other crash survivors coupled by an experiential workshop where Mother Nature will nurture us with her many gifts.  We will explore the power of nature and mindfulness for enhancing our self care practices.
  • 30th Anniversary New York City Century


    Central Park, Prospect Park
    New York

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    Over its thirty year lifetime, the New York City Century has evolved from a small group of radical cyclists staking a claim to city streets and into a welcoming, family-friendly ride through the boroughs. This year’s 30th and Final NYC Century will be a huge celebration of the progress we’ve made since that inaugural ride. Don’t miss your chance to join the victory lap. Register for the 30th and Final New York City Century today! nyccentury.org

Octubre 2019

  • Healing Through Movement


    111 John Street, Suite 260 (subject to change)
    New York

    Families for Safe Streets Loss Support Community.  Have you lost a loved one in a traffic crash?  Whether you're someone who loves to dance or can't can't stand the thought of busting a move in front of others, this workshop is for you!  Join us for an opportunity to meet and chat with others who have also experienced the loss of a loved one, recently and long ago.  Together we'll explore the benefits of movement as a holistic approach to healing, based on the theory that mind, body, and spirit are inseparable and interconnected. No experience necessary.
  • 5th Annual Vision Zero Cities Conference


    Alfred Lerner Hall, Columbia University
    New York

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    On October 10 and 11, Transportation Alternatives will bring together leading industry and policy experts, advocates, and elected officials for the fifth annual Vision Zero Cities Conference, taking place at Columbia University’s Alfred Lerner Hall. Day one of the conference will include keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and a networking reception.  Day two will include various "in the field" opportunities, such as walking/biking tours, and deep-dive workshops.  In conjunction with the conference, Transportation Alternatives will publish a fourth edition of the Vision Zero Cities Journal...