Local & Regional
LGC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that provides inspiration, technical assistance, and networking to local elected officials and other dedicated community leaders who are working to create healthy, walkable, and resource-efficient communities. We were a partner with LGC in presenting the Safe Routes to School National Conference, Aug 12-14, 2013, in Sacramento.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District is a public agency dedicated to achieving clean air goals by leading the region in protecting public health and the environment through innovative and effective programs, dedicated staff, community involvement, and public education. We partner with the air district to review development proposals to ensure consistency with bikeability and walkability goals. The air district is a major sponsor of our 2013 Bike Valet program.
WALKSacramento works with transportation and land use planners, elected officials and community groups to create safe, walkable environments for all citizens and particularly for children, seniors, the disabled and low-income individuals. We partner with WALKSacramento on Safe Routes to School initiatives and other projects to make our regional more bikeable and walkable.
CalBike advocates on behalf of all bike-riders and bike advocacy organizations at the State Capitol and with state agencies such as Caltrans and California Department of Motor Vehicles.
The Alliance for Biking & Walking provides technical assistance, professional development and grant funding to advocacy organizations like SABA throughout North America. We’re an Alliance member.
APBP seeks to grow the pedestrian and bicycle profession and its influence by facilitating the exchange of professional and technical knowledge, elevating practitioners’ skills and defining the field. SABA executive director Jim Brown is an APBP member.
The League of American Bicyclists represents the interests of individual bike-riders and affiliated organizations at the national level. We’re a League member.