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    Public Workshop for Phase II of 17-mile Georgetown-Lewes Trail

    by  • August 15, 2017 • Events, Transportation Trails, Walkable Bikeable Delaware • 2 Comments

    The first phase of the Lewes-Georgetown Trail opened last year (photo above). Are you ready for more? The Georgetown to Lewes Trail Pathway PHASE II is a project that proposes to extend the existing 10 foot wide paved trail from Savannah Road in Lewes west for more than three miles towards Georgetown GOING UNDER...

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    Bikes+Transit: Register today for the 2017 Walkable Bikeable Delaware Summit

    by  • March 23, 2017 • Events, Transit, Walkable Bikeable Delaware • 2 Comments

    The most compelling economic argument for cycling is when cycling is part of a transportation system that enables the formation of new households with lower levels of personal vehicle ownership. That’s because the formation such “car-lite” households is a fiscal stimulus to the communities in which they are located worth, on average, about $9,000 per...

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    The 2017 Walkable Bikeable Delaware Summit: Healthy and Transit-Friendly Development

    by  • March 17, 2017 • Economics, Events, Walkable Bikeable Delaware • 5 Comments

    Spending Money Nearby, Instead of on Fuel, Makes a Community Healthy, Wealthy and Cool According to AAA, owning, insuring, maintaining and fueling a personal vehicle costs the average household about $9,000 a year per vehicle. That’s what makes transportation – not food or clothing or healthcare or our personal electronics – the 2nd largest...

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    #DelawareBicyclePlan workshop: New Castle County

    by  • March 1, 2017 • Events • 4 Comments

    Where does your community need improvements to its bicycle network? The final Delaware Bicycle Plan public workshop is TODAY in Wilmington: Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 4-7pm Wilmington Public Library, 10 E. 10th Street Every great bicycle network improvement project started its life as just a line on a map. Whether its a huge and ambitious project like the Wilmington-New...

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    #DelawareBicyclePlan workshop: Kent County

    by  • February 28, 2017 • Events • 0 Comments

    Where does your community need improvements to its bicycle network? The next Delaware Bicycle Plan public meeting is TODAY in Dover: Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 4-7pm Dover Public Library, 35 E. Loockerman Street Every great bicycle network improvement project started its life as just a line on a map. Whether its a huge and ambitious project like...

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    #DelawareBicyclePlan workshop: Sussex County

    by  • February 21, 2017 • Bicycle Friendly Places, Events, Low Traffic Stress Bikeway Networks • 7 Comments

    Meeting over.TODAY (Wednesday, stop by anytime between 4 and 7PM) is the only public meeting that will be held in Sussex County (2 The Circle, Georgetown) on the new Delaware Bicycle Plan. This is a once-in-a-decade opportunity to get the bicycle improvements your community needs in an official plan. (If you miss this opportunity, your next...

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    I wish this small “stress point” in an otherwise great ride could be fixed quickly

    by  • February 20, 2017 • Events, Low Traffic Stress Bikeway Networks • 4 Comments

    Big cycling improvement projects – like the Wilmington-New Castle Greenway or the Lewes-Georgetown Trail – take years to build. But small projects that address “stress points” (a short section of an otherwise decent route that makes even “avid” cyclist nervous) can happen more quickly. Do you have a short “stress point” in your ride that...

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    My school age child needs a safe route to bike to school

    by  • February 17, 2017 • Events, Low Traffic Stress Bikeway Networks, Transportation Trails • 0 Comments

    Every bicycle project has to start life in a plan. The Delaware Bicycle Plan (currently being created) is a once-in-a-decade opportunity to get the bicycle improvements your community needs in an official plan. So if you miss this opportunity, your next opportunity may not come around again until 2027! Where does your community need improvements to...

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