We elevate bicycling to its important place in easing pollution and inequities that threaten our planet’s climate and our community’s health.
We elevate bicycling, and other forms of clean transportation, as an important tool for protecting our planet and our communities, working to change our transportation policies to support an equitable, environmentally sustainable, and safe future.
We don’t advocate for bicycling in isolation. We advocate for healthy and equitable communities where bicycling is central to mobility and accessible to everyone and therefore dependent upon a series of interconnected issues from affordable and fair housing to public transit and economy and climate and environmental justice.
We listen to stakeholders and borrow from leaders all over the world to advocate for policies that foster such communities. Together with allies across the state, we work to transform areas overburdened by pollution into healthy and thriving neighborhoods.
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