|New York Cycling Census- Survey Feedback Wanted! Be a part of the first New York State Cycling Census! This is an exciting and unprecedented opportunity to help shape the future of cycling and document where, why and how New Yorkers are riding bikes! With this survey information, we can help shape public policy that will foster safer streets, and more equitable transportation options across the state. Administered by Urban Cycling Solutions (UCS), the Cycling Census will collect a statewide dataset on bicycle integration with mass transit. The purpose of this short survey is to collect insights from cyclists and transit customers from all over New York State to better understand opportunities and barriers for active first/last mile transportation. This survey is supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Please be assured your email addresses and other personal information will not be saved or shared! Please help direct the future of more and safer bicycling in New York, by completing and submitting to the New York Bike Census! Each participant will be entered to win one of three $150 Planet Bike gift cards offered by UCS. Survey Link https://nyserda.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aaOKnyxZSgkskmi Free Complete Streets Workshops In partnership with the New York State Department of Health, Urban Cycling Solutions offers a FREE complete streets and active transportation training to communities throughout New York State. This training includes detailed instruction on the complete array of|
complete streets topics including: Defining Complete Streets Infrastructure Establishing a Policy Framework Implementing Complete Streets Evaluating Success Education Enforcement This training was specifically designed for New York Communities, featuring data and case studies from across the state and is intended to educate and empower local planning boards, public agency planning staff and key community stakeholders. This training is available to New York State Communities on a first come, first served basis thanks to generous support from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and the New York State Department of Health. Please fill out this online form or email email@example.com to request a course in your community today!