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February 1, 2019 - February 28, 2019 @ Regionwide
February 1 - 28
Use a smart commute option at least six days during the month of February and log your trips to be entered to win one of many e-gift cards!
Love to Ride modes include carpooling, vanpooling, riding the bus or Sounder train, bicycling, walking, working from home or not commuting because of a compressed work week schedule.
To be eligible for prizes, you must commute to a worksite or college in Pierce County and log your trips using the Online Trip Calendar by Friday, March 8. New users will need to complete the registration first.
- $50 e-gift card to Hop n Drops
- $50 e-gift card to Applebee's
- $50 e-gift card to Olive Garden
- $50 e-gift card to Outback Steakhouse
-$50 Tango e-gift cards
- $25 Tango e-gift cards*
*Weekly $25 e-gift card drawings will be conducted every Friday, beginning February 8. Two commute days are required to qualify.
February 18, 2019, 12:01 AM
February 18, 2019, 9:15 AM - 12:00 PM
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Please join us for an exciting 25-mile bicycle ride around Proctor, Ruston Way, Point Defiance Park, University Place and Fircrest.
We will take a nice break at Espresso Yourself in Fircrest.
We will start at Proctor Starbucks at 9:15 AM for the moderate paced group. A faster paced group will start at 9:30 AM. All bicyclers are welcome to bicycle with us.
Hope to see you there!
February 22, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Online
Search #DriverNotCar or #CrashNotAccident on Twitter and you’ll find a vigorous discussion about the power of word choices to shape our understanding of what happens on the street and who’s responsible. When we directly examine and discuss the language we use, we acknowledge its power both to reflect existing attitudes and to shape developing attitudes. This presentation will uncover embedded biases or assumptions in common transportation terminology and provide tips and tools to help us broaden our inclusion of everyone we are supposed to serve as transportation professionals.
February 22, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ Pantages Theater Lobby
Friday Forums bring together local leaders, experts, and the community to talk about transportation issues facing Tacoma and our region.
Let’s talk about what’s next for Tacoma!
Friday Forums 2019
This year Downtown On the Go is taking you back to class. Review the fundamental elements of transportation and explore the connections between how our cities are built and your favorite subjects in school. Each forum includes a lesson related to Tacoma’s past, present, and future.
Forums take place in the Pantages Lobby from noon – 1 p.m.
Feb 22, 2019
Breakdown the numbers on how we move people throughout Tacoma. We’ll be investigating the returns on various infrastructure investments and checking to see if the numbers add up in an equitable and logical way. Spoiler Alert: They do not.
Sponsored by Parametrix
February 27, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Online
There is a growing demand for better infrastructure and fewer barriers to biking and other forms of space-efficient micromobility. Tackling daily trips by bike is easier on the environment, healthier for users and non-users alike, uses precious urbanized public and private land more efficiently, costs taxpayers less to build and maintain infrastructure, and when routes are safe and comfortable, moving by bike is also fun! Complete Streets policies are being adopted across the country, and there is an active conversation around the safety imperative of a Complete Streets approach. Yet, local officials often need both design guidance and the confidence on how to retrofit streets for people on bikes that will actually work. [Read Full Description on Website}
February 28, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Online
The world of active transportation is ever-changing, tackling new challenges and facing exciting opportunities. The Partnership for Active Transportation has created its Human-Centered Mobility Principles to guide our collective and individual work to shape mobility and community design choices facing our society by putting people and places first.. This webinar will explore the Human-Centered Mobility Principles, how they might be applied to current efforts, and look at how two communities are embracing what’s next in active transportation.