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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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Community Cycling Program

Our Community Cycling Program provides direct services to individuals to ensure that they can travel by bike conveniently, comfortable and safely. Bike Valet We provide valet bike parking at about 300 community events per year so that attendees can easily…..

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Join today for a chance to win

We’re looking for at least 100 new monthly members who love what bicycling does for our community. Could one of them be you? We’ve just introduced a new monthly membership option that makes it easy and affordable to support our…..

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Make the most of your new bike

If a new bike arrived at your house this holiday season, here are some tips to make sure you’re ready to roll. 1. Get it checked. If your bike came from a big-box store, have your local bike shop check…..

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Crossing closure threatens trail

On Tuesday the Sacramento City Council will be asked to direct the Public Works Department to proceed with closing the at-grade crossing of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks at C Street in Midtown, directly next to the entrance to the…..

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7/28 vote on ARP off-road cycling

On July 28, 2016, the Sacramento County Recreation & Parks Commission will vote on a pilot project to allow bicycling on existing unpaved service and emergency roads in the Woodlake and Cal Expo areas of the lower American River Parkway……

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Sidewalk ordinance vote on July 26

On Tuesday, July 26, 2016, the Sacramento City Council will vote on a revised ordinance regulating bicycling on sidewalks. The City Council’s Law & Legislation Committee has been debating the ordinance for the past two years. Tuesday’s vote is an…..

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BIG Day of Giving is May 3

On Tuesday, May 3, some 570 local nonprofit organizations will take part in the BIG Day of Giving, an annual 24-hour online fundraising challenge. SABA is the only one of those nonprofits with a mission to improve conditions for bicycles…..

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The Squeaky Wheel – April 2016

Better bicycling on the American River Parkway Sacramento embraces Vision Zero New hires Supporting SABA Bike shorts Better bicycling on the American River Parkway Sacramento County Parks is implementing a 3-year pilot program to allow off-pavement bicycling in the Woodlake…..

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