Bicycling During a Pandemic: Joy, Beauty, and Community on Two Wheels
As spring arrives with warmer weather, and folks are itching to escape from their homes where they’ve been sheltering in place for a while, the natural world is going to become a living room without walls. One activity that people can still enjoy during this…
Why I Ride: A Conversation With Barbara Goodman
Barbara Goodman has always been a fan of cycling, and doesn’t necessarily consider herself a trailblazer on two wheels. She genuinely enjoyed bike riding as a sport in high school and wasn’t doing it to make a statement. Living in a suburban town in Michigan…
Join the Zombie Bike Parade: It’s a No Brainer!
Join upwards of 500 participants in Davis’ first ever Zombie Bike Parade & Picnic on October 20th in Central park. Registration starts at 10am and the bike parade starts at 11:30am. Don’t want to ride, that’s ok, come out and enjoy the festivities which will include, food…
Peter Wagner, Cyclist Extraordinaire, Prepares for Zombie Mode
Davis icon and resident of 25 years, Peter Wagner, plans to make an appearance at the city’s first ever Zombie Bike Parade on the morning of October 20th at Central Park. This event put on by The Davis Odd Fellows and The Bike Campaign is…
Why I Ride: The Bike Campaign Promotes Biking Throughout Yolo County
The Bike Campaign has commissioned a series of articles about a wide variety of local people who ride their bikes and why they do it. While these stories are presented here in honor of National May Is Bike Month, The Bike Campaign plans to continue…
Car Free Fall Events
The City of Davis Bike and Pedestrian Program and Safe Routes to School Program and other partners are hosting events throughout the fall months. Enjoy events, prizes, and giveaways when you bike, walk or use transit. The goal of Car Free Fall is to encourage…
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Biden plans to replace government fleet with electric vehicles (Don't pay attention to the false statement that EVs are more expensive than conventional vehicles, not so!)
Biden plans to replace government fleet with electric vehicles
The government is a major purchaser of vehicles. However, replacing such a fleet with EVs assembled domestically will be costly and take time.
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more via @CBSPolitics
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more
The 46th president is undoing some of his predecessor's executive actions.
This week's AQI Forecast is for more Moderate (Yellow) air quality. Don't Light Tonight Advisory in effect tonight with slightly improving concentrations of PM 2.5 over the week. Sign up for forecasts or alerts at http://www.ysaqmd.enviroflash.info
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