Tag Archives: Bikes

Programa Proporciona Bicicletas a Refugiados Reasentados

Edith Okello, 15 | Photo pro Susan Murphy Por Susan Murphy Traducción facilitado por City Heights Life Edith Okello disfruta al andar en bicicleta desde su casa en City Heights hasta la Preparatoria Crawford, su largo pelo trenzado moviéndose con … Continue reading

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Second-Hand Bikes Give Lifeline to San Diego Refugees

By Susan Murphy Edith Okello enjoys riding her bike home from Crawford High school in City Heights. Her long braided hair blows in the breeze as she glides down Orange Avenue. But the 15-year-old’s journey hasn’t always been this carefree. … Continue reading

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City Heights Pleads Its Bike-Share Case

Angeli Hernandez uses stickers to show DecoBike where she’d like to see bike-share stations in her neighborhood. She and her peers on the Mid-City CAN Youth Council have been speaking out about the need for better transit in City Heights. … Continue reading

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Q&A: What’s Next for CicloSDias

By Andrew Keatts During his mayoral campaign, Bob Filner often voiced his desire to hold an event that would close roads to cars and allow pedestrians and cyclists to enjoy a section of the city without fear of a collision … Continue reading

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Biking CicloSDias: From City Heights to Logan Heights in Two Minutes

Speak City Heights and Media Arts Center video journalist Brian Myers put together this timelapse video of CicloSDias, from City Heights to Logan Heights. Read more about the open streets event, meant to get residents out of their cars and … Continue reading

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CicloSDias Encourages San Diegans to Get Out of Cars, Into the Community

By Bianca Bruno San Diegans rolled out Sunday for the first CicloSDias event, an open-street affair that closed down a 5.2-mile stretch of city streets from Grant Hill to City Heights. Bicyclists gather at Cherokee Point Elementary School in City … Continue reading

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Pedestrians, Bikes to Take Over Streets Sunday for CicloSDias

By Megan Burks A 5.2-mile-long block party will close streets to vehicle traffic in five San Diego neighborhoods Sunday for the city’s very first CicloSDias. “It’s a bicycling-, walking-, strolling-, rolling-, connect-with-your-community event,” said Andy Hanshaw, executive director of the … Continue reading

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Locations for SD’s Bike Sharing Program TBD

By Sandhya Dirks A city committee has approved a corporate partnership with the bike-sharing program DecoBike. The city is also trying to make streets safer for those who travel on two wheels. Currently, there is an average of 70 bike … Continue reading

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Public Weighs in on Bus Passes, Bike Lanes at Budget Hearing

City Council President Todd Gloria looks out at the people filling the San Diego City Council chambers for the public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2014 budget. | Photo Credit: Todd Gloria, Twitter By Claire Trageser More than 300 people … Continue reading

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‘Bike To Work Day’ Highlights San Diego’s Infrastructure Needs

By Megan Burks ‘Bike to Work Day’ Highlights Infrastructure Needs, Aired on KPBS May 17, 2013 SANDAG and community groups set up pit stops throughout the city this morning for the region’s annual Bike to Work Day. The idea is … Continue reading

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