Join Sue's Helpers
5 Sort of Easy Things You
Can Do To Improve Cycling in NYC
our current volunteer opportunities.
Susan Boyle, T.A.'s Bicycle
Program Coordinator, needs you! If you want to get your hands dirty and step
up to the front lines of bicycle advocacy in New York City, this is your
chance. Sue has five fun-filled and challenging projects for velo-rutionaries
to sink their teeth into.
You can reach Sue at
(212)629-8080 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rid the City of Potholes
Join the Operation Hazard ID team on survey rides and take independent action
by filling out a street survey form.
Get More Bike Parking
Know an indoor parking garage that would be a great place to park your bike?
The City Department of Transportation will give private parking garages free
racks. Tell the garage manager to call the City Racks program at 212-442-7705
and also report the location and the garage contacts to T.A. (212-629-8080).
Get Bike Access to Office
Ask the head building manager at your workplace what the bike access policy
is. If they do not allow bikes and cite insurance company restrictions, find
out the name of the insurance company and request a copy of the bike
restrictions. Send the info to T.A.
Make Bike Week 1999 Huge
Spring is right around the corner and that means Bike Week. Help make this -
the last Bike Week of the century -the best ever!
Come to the T.A. office
Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 pm to find out more. We need you: to help plan and
coordinate commuter rides, breakfasts, and other fun events.
We want your ideas, muscles
Win a Clean, Well Lit
Disgusted by the DOT's neglect for the Williamsburg bridge bike and pedestrian
path? Join the T.A. demonstration at the bridge on Thursday, Jan. 28th at
6:30pm. Meet on the Manhattan/Grand St. side. Come out and demand a safer,
lighter, cleaner pathway.