The Cycle the City Refresh project is nearing completion and it is super exciting to see the results in the form of a suite of revised and cool new tools for the way-finding system. The project is made up of five way-finding components with new signs that incorporate a map and scannable QR [...]
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News update… We have embarked upon a process for refreshing the entire Cycle the City route with the support of JDK, Local Motion, BWBC, DPW and Parks and Rec. This refresh involves having JDK update the identity (logo, font, colors etc), the online presence through the Cycle the City page on Local Motions Website (http://www.localmotion.org/ctc/), [...]
Streets and sidewalks are full of snow and the buses aren’t running yet today. If you are not among those lucky enough to tele-commute from home, it looks like walking to work might be your best option. You could also try xc sking, sledding, or kitestorming to get there! Good luck out there, folks.
The Local Motion crew was greeted with an extra special treat this morning. Ian Stokes, a Local Motion member and active volunteer with the Richmond Trails Committee, brought us a jar of homemade Causeway Grape Jelly! Who knew that wild grapes grew out on the trail? We didn’t, but we certainly can appreciate how delicious [...]
Calling all bike-loving residents of South Burlington’s Orchard neighborhood! This Sunday, May 16 from 11 to 3, Local Motion will be participating in a neighborhood bike festival in Szymanski Park. There will be all kinds of fun stuff — including a bike parade, free bike tune-ups, and a raffle with great prizes. Our part is [...]
The first weekend was a smashing success. There was black ice to skate on for as far as the eye could see. Hundreds enjoyed the skating, free nordic skate rentals, the bonfire and other festivities. Come join us for the next three weeks. Next weekend is the F-F-Frozen Chosen race on ice! Thank you [...]
This is awesome. Have a listen to these songs: “I wanna walk” by Blane Lyon “Ride my bike” by Blane Lyon Here’s the skinny from the Safe Routes to School National Partnership: San Francisco Bay Area musician Blane Lyon recently produced two upbeat, hip, and modern Safe Routes to School theme songs titled “I want [...]
On Wednesday 8/26, we will start painting what we believe to be the largest outdoor mural in Vermont on the back of the Good News Garage, Very Merry Theater, and Bike Recycle Vermont building. Frank Gonzales, an amazing, energetic 85 year old community artist will be “orchestrating” the mural with as many volunteers of all [...]