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  • Thursday, March 30, 2023 at 04:00 PM

    City Cycling - Georgia Tech Community

    Get comfortable traveling by bike with this instructional group ride! This in-person class is designed specifically for members of the Georgia Tech community — that includes students, staff, and faculty!

    What to expect

    We will gather BEHIND the Campus Recreation Center on Tech Parkway. Here, we will perform a few quick drills then hit the city or campus streets for a 45-minute ride of three to four gentle miles. Once rolling, we’ll

    • Take it slow, stay together, and practice our skills in a safe and supportive manner
    • Experience Atlanta’s existing bicycle facilities, like two-directional protected and/or single-directional bike lanes and sharrows, and
    • Learn to ride safely on streets without bike lanes by exercising our legal right to “take the lane.”
    How to prepare

    Please bring a helmet and a bicycle in good repair that fits you. We strongly recommend that you also bring:

    • Water and sunscreen
    • Sneakers or other appropriate closed-toed shoes
    • Comfortable, appropriate clothing for being outside and active
    • A friend or three!

    Please arrive promptly so all participants can benefit from the full time allotted for this instructional experience. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

    Attendance at this or any class conducted by the Propel ATL indicates your agreement to the following liability waiver: Propel ATL Liability Waiver.

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  • Tuesday, April 11, 2023 at 06:30 PM
    Joan P. Garner Library at Ponce De Leon

    Tactical Urbanism Workshop

    Have you ever thought this street or space in my neighborhood would be much better with this _______ design?

    Tactical Urbanism is an approach to neighborhood building and activation using short-term, low-cost, and scalable designs to change streets and public spaces.

    If you have an idea to better the design of your neighborhood, gather some of your neighbors and attend April's CAN meeting. With us will have the Director of Mobility Planning for the City of Atlanta, Betty Smoot-Madison. We will break out into small groups to workshop our ideas and learn what's needed to bring your project idea(s) to life.

    Check out the City of Atlanta Tactical Urbanism Guide for the requirements and processes to implement a project in your community.

    RSVP and submit your ideas today!