Bronx Activist Committee
Come to a Bronx Activist Committee Meeting!
Second Wednesday of every month
6:30 - 8 pm
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You can make real, tangible changes to how streets and sidewalks function in the Bronx. The Bronx Activist Committee chooses local campaigns and fights for changes on-the-ground in their neighborhoods, like bike lanes and new pedestrian plazas.
These are the campaigns the Bronx Activist Committee chose for 2013. Come to the next Bronx Activist Committee Meeting to get involved in making these campaigns a success:
Have an idea about a Bronx street that needs improvements? Get involved to connect with a network of local Bronx activists who can help you to make change.
Founded in 1994, the Bronx Activist Committee helped develop the Bronx Greenway Plan and organized the first Safe Routes to School program in North America, now a federal program. The City's first Neighborhood Slow Zone came to the Bronx under their watch too. With monthly meetings, social bike rides and local activism, the Bronx Activist Committee brings people together to change street on the local level. No experience is necessary to join in, just a commitment to improving public transit, bicycling and walking in the borough you love.
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