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City Council Tackles Future Transit Needs

Wednesday night, the Sacramento City Council met for a transportation workshop to dive into the myriad of transit issues facing the Sacramento region. Presentations were made by representatives from SACOG, the Public Works department, the Mayor’s Commission on Climate Change…..

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SABA’S YEAR IN REVIEW: 2019

What a year! With the continuing news about our warming atmosphere and changing climate, we saw new bicycle infrastructure installed in our region, and some hard work from leaders in active transportation working to spread this work into our under-served areas.  SABA’s…..

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All call for the membership meeting!

SABA friends, supporters and members, please join us this Tuesday evening, June 11th, at 6:30 pm. We’d love to hear from you about what’s working and what you’d like to see changed, enhanced, and focused on to make cycling in…..

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Now Hiring: Policy & Communications Manager

SABA seeks a dynamic, competent Policy & Communications Manager to lead activities aimed at making bicycling in the Sacramento area safer and more accessible. Through deliberate community engagement, expert policy advocacy, and effective external communications, the Policy & Communications Manager…..

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May is Bike Month After Party

Close out May is Bike Month 2019 at this happy hour party at SacYard Community Tap House in East Sacramento. Your $20 ticket gets you a SABA Silipint that we will fill with either a beer (we’ll be offering a…..

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Jump on our wheel

Hey everyone, I thought I’d take a minute to say hello and let you know what’s up at SABA. I’m Deb Banks. I’m an avid cyclist, I commute by bike when I can, and am involved in a cycling sport…..

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Shared mobility needs regulation

A year after becoming one of JUMP’s most impressive bike share markets, Sacramento is about to see another boom in shared mobility. Electric scooter share operators are lining up to deploy as many as several thousand e-scooters on Sacramento streets…..

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City proposes levee-top trail

The design of the proposed Two Rivers Trail may include about 400 yards running along the top the American River levee just east of the Capital City Freeway in River Park. On March 29, the American River Flood Control District,…..

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Announcement: SABA Leadership

The Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates (SABA) Board of Directors would like to thank Jim Brown, Executive Director of SABA since November 2012, for his service and contributions to the Sacramento area bicycling community. Jim leaves behind an impressive legacy of…..

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Join our management team

Join the team that is helping make bicycling a clean, sustainable transportation choice for more people in our region. We’re hiring for two positions on our management team. Bike Valet Lead We’re looking for a highly organized, detail-oriented perfectionist who…..

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