Archives for Action Alerts

Construction Ahead: Transportation Planning in 2015

Big changes are proposed for transportation in the La Crosse region this year, with high stakes for everyone, including cyclists and pedestrians. There's a limited window of opportunity for the public to be involved in the complicated plans; here is a bare-bones summary of many different issues with a few specific links, dates and events. But things are changing so…
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Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

  THE BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN STEERING COMMITTEE INVITES YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE PREPARATION OF LA CROSSE’S "Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan". Public Participation Meeting All Bicyclists and Pedestrians are Welcome Radisson Ballroom 200 2nd Street S in La Crosse’s Downtown Monday, June 4th from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Valet Bicycle Parking will be Available   Come see the Preliminary…
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ACTION ALERT: La Crosse Bicycle Pedestrian Plan 2012

We are in need of 2-3 DRBC members to attend the Bike and Ped workshops on April 14th and 15th, respectively. Check out the City's website for more details here. If you are able to attend, please send an email to APRIL 14, 2012 BIKE WORKSHOP AGENDA   9:00 am – Presentation on Bicycle Design Issues Bicycling principles Basics of…
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Action Alert: Transportation Bill Moving!

Ask Your Representative to Preserve Biking and Walking Take Action! Transportation Committee votes on biking and walking funding next week   On Thursday, February 2, we expect the House Transportation Committee to vote on the American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act, a bill that eliminates crucial funds for biking and walking.  As a Member of the Committee, your representative is in…
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Action Alert! I90 Bridge Bike/Ped Accommodations

It’s finally time to weigh in on the importance of MnDOT following through on providing  access for bicycles and pedestrians on the upcoming I-90 Bridge at Dresbach.  As you may have learned, MnDOT has agreed to design the new bridge so that accommodations can be attached in the future, once WisDOT has upgraded some bridges on their side of the…
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