TMA Board endorses "No on 6"
The 50 Corridor TMA Board joins first responders, the California Chamber of Commerce, American Lung Association of California, labor and local governments in urging voters to vote "No on Prop 6."
A "No on Prop 6" vote allows more than 6,500 local transportation improvement projects in every California community to continue. In the Sacramento Region, that's more than $1 billion of projects - many of which are currently underway. Highway 50 has visibly already benefitted from the legislation Prop 6 seeks to overturn.
Click HERE to get the facts on the detrimental impacts of Prop 6 and why these funds can't be "raided" by the legislature.
(Public sector TMA Board members abstained on this endorsement vote.)
Trick or Tweed on October 30
Calling all ghosts and goblins who ride a bike!
Dress up in your favorite Halloween costume or 1900 British cycling attire and meet us at the northeast corner of Oak Avenue and Iron Point Road at 12:45 p.m.for a Halloween parade to Phillip Cohn Park and a pasta lunch.
Prizes awarded for best employer group, best individual Halloween costume, best individual Tweed outfit and best "tricked out" ride.
RSVP by Friday, October 26. More details will be emailed to participants.
Drivers Ed for Cyclists - 2 classes upcoming
Unsure how and where cyclists fit into our transportation system?
Our "Drivers Ed for Cyclists" will answer all your questions: DMV rules, lane positioning, crash avoidance and more. And, at the end of the day, you'll put it all into practice with a street ride.
We have two classes scheduled:
Both classes are taught by League Cycling Instructors, certified by the League of American Bicyclists, with more than 100 hours of training and experience.
Classes start at 9 a.m. and end around 4 p.m. Snacks, lunch and materials are provided.
Classes are FREE but registration is required. Families and friends, 12 and older, who ride together are encouraged to make take the class together. Register by clicking on your preferred class above.