Tag Archives: 2011 Dallas Bike Plan

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Everyone Bikes: Anita Mills

Everyone poops and everyone bikes. This is the first in a series of short bios of neighborhood cyclists. Meet your neighbor, Anita, she bikes too. Anita Mills: 66 yrs, Gardening Consultant, Bishop Arts Neighborhood Cyclist Questionnaire: 1. Why do you ride? Health – recreation 2. Type of riding? Short errands in neighborhood, exercise 3. Where […]

Update, Council Briefing of Bike Plan Moved to February 20th

UPDATE– Max Kalhammer, the Dallas Bicycle Coordinator for the city has informed us they’re preparing the briefing to the council on February 20th, NOT this Wednesday, February 6th.  We will continue to host a group ride to the meeting for those that can attend. We encourage any other Bike Friendly groups to rally their troops […]

Group Ride to the City Council Briefing of the Dallas Bike Plan – Update***

As discussed in a recent post of ours, the Dallas City Council will be briefed about the progress of the 2011 Dallas Bike Plan.  BFOC is hosting a group ride that morning to city hall from Oak Cliff.  We encourage any other Bike Friendly groups to rally their troops and meet up at 8:30 AM […]

February 20th Council Briefing of the 2011 Dallas Bike Plan –Updated**

The above graphic illustrated the first public meeting scheduled for the public in reviewing the update to the Dallas Bike Plan which passed on Wednesday, June 8, 2011. Since then we’ve heard various trials and tribulations for implementing the plan and how to help fund the plan.  However, since today’s news of a safe passing […]

Sylvan Avenue Bike Lanes proposed

  Sylvan Avenue Bike Lanes Proposed Public meeting December 10th, Salon Las Americas, 1004 Ft. Worth Avenue, 6pm Bike Friendly Oak Cliff needs every able bodied person to attend a public meeting December 10th at Salon Las Americas, 1004 Ft. Worth Avenue, 6 pm to review plans for converting the six lane Sylvan Road to four […]

Press Conference at City Hall Announced for Bike Lanes on Fort Worth Avenue

After the recent controversy surrounding the absence of recommended bike lane installations (per the 2011 Dallas Bike Plan) on Fort Worth Avenue, the non-profit organization Fort Worth Avenue Development Group spearheaded a rapid fundraising effort which began with an initial $15,000 contribution by the group. An additional $10,000 has been donated by local businesses, organizations, […]

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