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Bike Month is Here!

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Bike Month is a nation wide celebration. We are here to get you set up with awesome events and all the resources you need! Don’t forget to log your trips and win great prizes. Come join us for the 3rd … Continue reading

Walk Tacoma’s Historic Theatres

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Learn about Tacoma’s rich theatre history on the Walk Tacoma Theatre Walk on Wednesday, May 4 at 5:15 p.m. sponsored by Spaceworks Tacoma.  This free walk, led by David Fischer, Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Executive Director, will take … Continue reading

Thank you, Diane!

“Bicyclists are a varied bunch but there is a common end goal of safety on the roadways and similar desire to build the bike culture in this town. The more people walk and bike the better place Tacoma will be.” – Diane Wiatr Continue reading

Attention New Bike Riders!

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It’s Just Like Riding a Bike: Gearing Up for Your First Ride in Tacoma Fifty two percent of American adults have access to a bike and only 29 percent have ridden it in the last year with only 1 percent … Continue reading

Live Downtown First-Time Homebuyer Class

As part of your exclusive Hometown benefits offered through HomeStreet Bank, you have access to a free First Time Home Buyers Class.This comprehensive 5 hour class will provide you with all the tools you’ll need to become a successful home … Continue reading

Walk Tacoma Series Kicks-off on National Walking Day

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Celebrate National Walking Day by attending the free Walk Tacoma Kick-off in Wright Park on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at noon, with Downtown On the Go and the American Heart Association, in partnership with Metro Parks Tacoma.  This event will … Continue reading

Getting to School Downtown

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  Getting safely to school has become an important topic in Tacoma. We are hosting a Friday Forum to hear from students and parents in downtown who make their way to school using active transportation. From preschools to colleges, downtown Tacoma … Continue reading

Speak Up for Walking, Biking, and Transit!

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Ever thought about speaking at City Council but not sure where to start? Or have something to say but not sure which elected body to say it to? Continue reading

DOTG Book Club: Making Transit Fun!

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Author visiting this February: Join DOTG’s 2016 book club by reading Making Transit Fun!: How to Entice Motorists from Their Cars (and onto their feet, a bike, or bus) by Darrin Nordahl.   Learn about the “Fun Factor”, successful marketing and … Continue reading

20 Minute Neighborhoods and Livability in Tacoma

How can Tacoma neighborhoods become more walkable and inclusive of community resources? Continue reading