I have a passion to promote bicycling and walking as a viable means of transportation within the multi-modal spectrum. In the U.S., walking & Biking make up 12% of all trips and 14% of all fatalities, yet only receive 1.2% of Federal transportation funding. In the States, more than 25% of all auto trips are less than a mile in length. I will explore the economic, social and health benefits of these modes of transportation.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Perimeter / Dunwoody Bike to Lunch with Mayor Davis
celebration of Bike Month, the City of Dunwoody Sustainability Commission is
hosting a Bike/Walk to Lunch Day on Friday, May 17th. Bring your bike (or your walking shoes) to the
City Hall parking lot at 10:30 and ride with city officials to lunch at Tin
Lizzy’s. Enjoy the fresh air and friendly atmosphere while promoting
pollution-free transportation. The one mile ride will take place entirely
within dedicated bike lanes and end with delicious food and great conversation.
Tin Lizzy’s will provide free chips and salsa and a 10% discount for all
WHEN: Friday, May 17 at 10:30 a.m.
WHERE: City Hall—41 Perimeter Center East
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Contact City of Dunwoody at 678-382-6811