Hey kids! Ready, set, go!
Do you love to ride your bike and run? Compete in the third annual, kids only duathlon with biking and running in and around CambridgeSide Galleria!
Run & Ride at CambridgeSide is for kids 5-15 years old, with prizes, race t-shirts, giveaways, entertainment and more. Race with your friends and make new ones – sign up for Run & Ride at CambridgeSide today!
Sunday, July 29, 2012
10am Event Begins
100 CambridgeSide PlaceCambridge, MA 02141
Pre-register for FREE today at http://www.shopcambridgeside.com/.
Help a child turn a page. Bring a new, unused school supply for donation to the East End House. Run & Ride is an innovative community collaboration between CambridgeSide Galleria, City of Cambridge, Cambridge Public Health Department, Cambridge Police Department and Cambridge Fire Department.
Please join the City of Cambridge and Mass Bike for a : Free Urban Cycling Workshop
May 29th @ Millers River Apartments
A great class if you get the bike out only occasionally, want to use one more for your daily errands, considering bike com-muting, or simply want to ride along with your kids.
This is a how-to informational class for Cambridge residents; no experience or bicycle necessary.
Those who complete the class will be eligible for a free bike helmet.
RSVP REQUESTED BUT NOT REQUIRED TO: OHN PELLETIER @CAMBRIDGEMA.GOV 617-349-4631
PLEASE MENTION CLASS DATE WHEN RESERVING.
Dear East Cambridge Business/Resident/Property Owner:
The City of Cambridge is planning for the installation of one or more bicycle racks on the public sidewalk in the vicinity of your building. You will notice white spray-paint markings on the pavement at each of the proposed locations. Here is a link to a google map with the proposed locations:
If you have any questions about proposed locations, or suggestions for new locations, please feel free to contact me. A version of this letter has been mailed to each abutting property owner and business or residential occupant.
The type of rack installed is the city standard “post and ring” rack (sample photo pasted below). The racks will be installed this fall.
The City of Cambridge Bicycle Parking Program provides bicycle racks throughout the city in order to support and encourage the use of bicycles as a mode of transportation. There are presently over 800 bicycle parking racks on the public right of way throughout the city, about 90% of which are located in commercial districts.
The number of cycling trips in Cambridge has increased by almost 150% between 2002 and 2010, accompanied by an increase in the demand for bicycle parking.
Over the past 5 years, over 350 new bicycle parking racks have been installed on public sidewalks, funded in part by an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant, a component of the Federal Stimulus Package (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009). Funding for the racks themselves comes from the Congestion Mitigation Air Quality program, and is being administered by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.
More information, you can visit our webpage visit our webpage:
If you have any questions about these installations, please feel free to contact me.