TCAG reached out to local elementary school Ivanhoe Elementary and it was a great success, reminding kids and parents that biking is awesome for your heart and for the environment, providing tips on how to be safe and smart on the road.
TCAG reached out to a local school in Visalia, Washington Elementary, with bike and active transportation (walking, skateboarding, etc) reach out, reminding kids why biking is awesome and how to be safe. More to come in the schedule below.
Bike & Stride Public Outreach
Location Address Time
April 7, 2016 500 S. Garden St. Visalia, CA 93277 4:30-6 PM
April 14, 2016 16030 Avenue 332 Ivanhoe, CA 93235 4-7 PM
May 12, 2016 6505 Avenue 308 Visalia, CA 93291 4-7 PM
April 22-24, 2016 34902 CA-190, Springville, CA 93265 Fri-7PM-9PM, Sat-7AM-9PM, 7AM-2PM
May 7-8, 2016 19400 Ave 398, Woodlake, CA 93286 Sat-10AM-6PM Sun 10Am-2PM
May 11-15, 2016 2700 W. Teapot Dome Ave. Porterville, CA 93257 4-10pm W-F, Sat. noon-11pm, Sun -noon-8pm
TCAG is in the process of preparing its first Regional Active Transportation Plan (RATP). The goal of the plan, called “Walk ‘n Bike Tulare County” for public-outreach purposes, is to make walking and biking throughout the county safer and more convenient. Toward that end, the plan will identify the highest-priority pedestrian and bicycle improvements for the county’s eight cities and its unincorporated areas. The plan will be the foundation for the pedestrian and bicycle component of the Tulare County Regional Transportation Plan.
The public review draft of the plan was released on March 22, 2016. Comments were requested by April 22, 2016 and were summarized at the TCAG Governing Board meeting on April 25. The comments were reviewed and appropriate changes and additions incorporated into the Final Draft RATP.
The Final Draft plan is now available:
You can also get a copy by contacting TCAG, 210 North Church St., Suite B, Visalia, California 93291 Phone (559)623-0450, Fax (559)733-6720 www.tularecog.org
You are invited to review and submit comments or questions on the draft plan until April 21, 2016. To submit a question or comment click here. You may also contact Roberto Brady, TCAG’s Project Manager, at RBrady@nulltularecog.org or at (559) 623-0451.