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Transit for Livable Communities - TLC Calendar of Events

3/4/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Building Equity: Race, Class and Protected Bike Lanes

The new report from PeopleForBikes, “Building Equity: Race, Class and Protected Bike Lanes,” makes the case for bicycling infrastructure as an equity tool. Hosted by Transit for Livable Communities, this March 4 webinar from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals will review the research and data, and delve into the concepts highlighted by the domestic and international case studies featured in the report. Attend this bonus webinar (an addition to our regular series) for a focus on bringing a productive discussion of equity to your communities and effectively incorporating equity concerns into planning.

Presenters: Michael Anderson, Green Lane Project Staff Writer, PeopleForBikes; Chema Hernández Gil, Community Organizer, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition; Martha Roskowski, Vice President of Local Innovation, PeopleForBikes.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below!

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

3/5/2015, 06:00PM - 09:00PM: Move MN Phone Bank

Help Transit for Livable Communities and our coalition allies move multimodal transportation funding forward in 2015! Sign up to volunteer at an upcoming Move MN phone bank. We'll be making calls to ensure a balanced, long-term solution for transit, walking, bicycling, roads, and bridges is passed by the state legislature this session. Returning volunteers and newcomers are always welcome. We will help everyone get started and provide a call script--and pizza! 

Sign up to volunteer (and please note your affiliation with TLC on the form).

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts - East Metro
Location: AFSCME Council 5: South St. Paul

  • Thursday, March 5; 6-9 PM
  • Thursday, April 2; 6-9 PM

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts - West Metro
Location: Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation, Minneapolis

  • Thursday, March 19; 6-9 PM
  • Thursday, April 16; 6-9 PM

This event is organized by the Move MN Coalition. Please contact Adam Yust (adamy@tlcminnesota.org) with any questions.

3/16/2015, 05:30PM - 07:00PM: TLC Spring Member Meeting

Transit for Livable Communities will host our 2015 Spring Member Meeting on Monday, March 16! Join us 5:30-7 PM to celebrate recent accomplishments, weigh in on future plans, and learn how you can advance transit, bicycling, and walking this season. Find out more about Transportation Options, Transportation Leadership Certification, and other new initiatives. Get the inside scoop on the Move MN campaign and the transportation debates at the State Capitol, including what to watch for and how to be involved as the legislative session progresses. Connect with TLC members and staff—and help us make change happen!

Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP below. 

Questions? Contact Jennifer at jenniferh@tlcminnesota.org. 

Getting Here:

  • Transit for Livable Communities is located on the southeast corner of Raymond & University in Saint Paul.
  • METRO Green Line trains and Metro Transit bus routes 16, 63, 67 & 87 conveniently serve our location.
  • Bike parking is available near the entrance on the building's south side.
  • If you do drive, street parking is available nearby. Please note that the lot behind our building is reserved for contract parking.

3/18/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting Programs

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, March 18. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on March 18 will focus on pedestrian and bicycle counting programs. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

3/19/2015, 06:00PM - 09:00PM: Move MN Phone Bank

Help Transit for Livable Communities and our coalition allies move multimodal transportation funding forward in 2015! Sign up to volunteer at an upcoming Move MN phone bank. We'll be making calls to ensure a balanced, long-term solution for transit, walking, bicycling, roads, and bridges is passed by the state legislature this session. Returning volunteers and newcomers are always welcome. We will help everyone get started and provide a call script--and pizza! 

Sign up to volunteer (and please note your affiliation with TLC on the form).

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts - East Metro
Location: AFSCME Council 5: South St. Paul

  • Thursday, April 2; 6-9 PM

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts - West Metro
Location: Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation, Minneapolis

  • Thursday, March 19; 6-9 PM
  • Thursday, April 16; 6-9 PM

This event is organized by the Move MN Coalition. Please contact Adam Yust (adamy@tlcminnesota.org) with any questions.

4/2/2015, 06:00PM - 09:00PM: Move MN Phone Bank

Help Transit for Livable Communities and our coalition allies move multimodal transportation funding forward in 2015! Sign up to volunteer at an upcoming Move MN phone bank. We'll be making calls to ensure a balanced, long-term solution for transit, walking, bicycling, roads, and bridges is passed by the state legislature this session. Returning volunteers and newcomers are always welcome. We will help everyone get started and provide a call script--and pizza! 

Sign up to volunteer (and please note your affiliation with TLC on the form).

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts - East Metro
Location: AFSCME Council 5: South St. Paul

  • Thursday, April 2; 6-9 PM

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts - West Metro
Location: Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation, Minneapolis

  • Thursday, April 16; 6-9 PM

This event is organized by the Move MN Coalition. Please contact Adam Yust (adamy@tlcminnesota.org) with any questions.

4/7/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Transportation on Tap

Save the Date: TLC's 2015 Transportation on Tap happy hour event series kicks off on Tuesday, April 7! We invite you to Republic to enjoy light appetizers on us and to talk bike, walk, bus, and rail with other TLC members and friends. Stay tuned for more details about our topic of the month and featured panel. All are welcome but RSVPs are much appreciated.

Our event location is conveniently served by the METRO Green Line (West Bank Station) and many Metro Transit bus routes. Bike parking is available near the front entrance.

4/15/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Bicyclists

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, April 15. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on April 15 will focus on legal rights and issues for pedestrians and bicyclists. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

4/16/2015, 06:00PM - 09:00PM: Move MN Phone Bank

Help Transit for Livable Communities and our coalition allies move multimodal transportation funding forward in 2015! Sign up to volunteer at an upcoming Move MN phone bank. We'll be making calls to ensure a balanced, long-term solution for transit, walking, bicycling, roads, and bridges is passed by the state legislature this session. Returning volunteers and newcomers are always welcome. We will help everyone get started and provide a call script--and pizza! 

Sign up to volunteer (and please note your affiliation with TLC on the form).

Upcoming Volunteer Shifts
Location: Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation, Minneapolis

  • Thursday, April 16; 6-9 PM

This event is organized by the Move MN Coalition. Please contact Adam Yust (adamy@tlcminnesota.org) with any questions.

4/21/2015, 09:00AM - 03:30PM: Rethinking Transportation in the Workplace (April 21 Workshop)

This workshop for nonprofit staff focuses on new ways of approaching transportation in the workplace. Interactive and experiential, the workshop shares policies, procedures, and options some organizations already are offering. It points to the ways rethinking transportation has upsides for your employees, volunteers, and the communities you serve. Participants will also gain an understanding of how our transportation systems have been designed over time. 

Key take-aways:

Trip-planning. Learn how to find out what routes are possible from home to work and for trips during the day—for riding transit, bicycling, walking, and combinations—and what can make these easier choices.

Validate for more than parking. More workplaces are including commuter benefits for transit or arriving on foot or on bicycle. Find out how adjusting your compensation structure and other office systems and amenities can make your workplace more competitive and more welcoming to the communities you serve.

Multimodal mojo. Be the person in your crowd who knows first-hand how all the options work, from checking out a Nice Ride bicycle to bus transfers, from scoring the HOURCAR for the work meeting to the nearest electric vehicle charging station.

The workshop fee is $35 per person.

Organizations that have signed up for Transportation Leadership Certification need to send at least 1 staff person to a workshop. Workshops will be offered April 21, April 29, May 5, and May 21. The workshops have a maximum of 24 and minimum of 8 attendees. Workshops will close when filled and may be cancelled if below the minimum.

4/29/2015, 09:00AM - 03:30PM: Rethinking Transportation in the Workplace (April 29 Workshop)

This workshop for nonprofit staff focuses on new ways of approaching transportation in the workplace. Interactive and experiential, the workshop shares policies, procedures, and options some organizations already are offering. It points to the ways rethinking transportation has upsides for your employees, volunteers, and the communities you serve. Participants will also gain an understanding of how our transportation systems have been designed over time. 

Key take-aways:

Trip-planning. Learn how to find out what routes are possible from home to work and for trips during the day—for riding transit, bicycling, walking, and combinations—and what can make these easier choices.

Validate for more than parking. More workplaces are including commuter benefits for transit or arriving on foot or on bicycle. Find out how adjusting your compensation structure and other office systems and amenities can make your workplace more competitive and more welcoming to the communities you serve.

Multimodal mojo. Be the person in your crowd who knows first-hand how all the options work, from checking out a Nice Ride bicycle to bus transfers, from scoring the HOURCAR for the work meeting to the nearest electric vehicle charging station.

The workshop fee is $35 per person.

Organizations that have signed up for Transportation Leadership Certification need to send at least 1 staff person to a workshop. Workshops will be offered April 21, April 29, May 5, and May 21. The workshops have a maximum of 24 and minimum of 8 attendees. Workshops will close when filled and may be cancelled if below the minimum.

5/5/2015, 09:00AM - 03:30PM: Rethinking Transportation in the Workplace (May 5 Workshop)

This workshop for nonprofit staff focuses on new ways of approaching transportation in the workplace. Interactive and experiential, the workshop shares policies, procedures, and options some organizations already are offering. It points to the ways rethinking transportation has upsides for your employees, volunteers, and the communities you serve. Participants will also gain an understanding of how our transportation systems have been designed over time. 

Key take-aways:

Trip-planning. Learn how to find out what routes are possible from home to work and for trips during the day—for riding transit, bicycling, walking, and combinations—and what can make these easier choices.

Validate for more than parking. More workplaces are including commuter benefits for transit or arriving on foot or on bicycle. Find out how adjusting your compensation structure and other office systems and amenities can make your workplace more competitive and more welcoming to the communities you serve.

Multimodal mojo. Be the person in your crowd who knows first-hand how all the options work, from checking out a Nice Ride bicycle to bus transfers, from scoring the HOURCAR for the work meeting to the nearest electric vehicle charging station.

The workshop fee is $35 per person.

Organizations that have signed up for Transportation Leadership Certification need to send at least 1 staff person to a workshop. Workshops will be offered April 21, April 29, May 5, and May 21. The workshops have a maximum of 24 and minimum of 8 attendees. Workshops will close when filled and may be cancelled if below the minimum.

5/20/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Law Enforcement Strategies to Improve Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, May 20. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on May 20 will focus on law enforcement strategies to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

5/21/2015, 09:00AM - 03:30PM: Rethinking Transportation in the Workplace (May 21 Workshop)

This workshop for nonprofit staff focuses on new ways of approaching transportation in the workplace. Interactive and experiential, the workshop shares policies, procedures, and options some organizations already are offering. It points to the ways rethinking transportation has upsides for your employees, volunteers, and the communities you serve. Participants will also gain an understanding of how our transportation systems have been designed over time. 

Key take-aways:

Trip-planning. Learn how to find out what routes are possible from home to work and for trips during the day—for riding transit, bicycling, walking, and combinations—and what can make these easier choices.

Validate for more than parking. More workplaces are including commuter benefits for transit or arriving on foot or on bicycle. Find out how adjusting your compensation structure and other office systems and amenities can make your workplace more competitive and more welcoming to the communities you serve.

Multimodal mojo. Be the person in your crowd who knows first-hand how all the options work, from checking out a Nice Ride bicycle to bus transfers, from scoring the HOURCAR for the work meeting to the nearest electric vehicle charging station.

The workshop fee is $35 per person.

Organizations that have signed up for Transportation Leadership Certification need to send at least 1 staff person to a workshop. Workshops will be offered April 21, April 29, May 5, and May 21. The workshops have a maximum of 24 and minimum of 8 attendees. Workshops will close when filled and may be cancelled if below the minimum.

6/2/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Transportation on Tap

Save the Date: TLC's 2015 Transportation on Tap happy hour event series continues on Tuesday, June 2! We invite you to Republic to enjoy light appetizers on us and to talk bike, walk, bus, and rail with other TLC members and friends. Stay tuned for more details about our topic of the month and featured panel. All are welcome but RSVPs are much appreciated.

Our event location is conveniently served by the METRO Green Line (West Bank Station) and many Metro Transit bus routes. Bike parking is available near the front entrance.

6/13/2015: The Northeast Ride

Save the date for the 2015 Northeast Ride! This 4th annual bike ride tour through Northeast Minneapolis’ 13 neighborhoods will take place on June 13, 2015. The route is designed to be family-friendly and accessible for riders of all levels of experience. The Northeast Ride is organized by and benefits the Northeast CDC, which supports the arts, community, and economic development of Northeast Minneapolis.

More information.

6/17/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, June 17. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on June 17 will focus on first mile and last mile bike/walk connections to transit. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

7/15/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Health in All Policies

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, July 15. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on July 15 will focus on considering health in all policies. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

 

7/22/2015, 04:00PM - 07:00PM: TLC Ice Cream Social and Open House

Save the Date: Transit for Livable Communities will host our Third Annual Ice Cream Social & Open House on Wednesday, July 22! Join TLC for a fun summer gathering at our office right on the Green Line in Saint Paul. Stop in from 4-7 p.m. to catch up with our staff, other members, and friends over ice cream, cold beer, and lemonade. RSVPs are much appreciated.

Questions? Contact Jennifer at jenniferh@tlcminnesota.org or 651-789-1416. 

8/4/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Transportation on Tap

Save the Date: TLC's 2015 Transportation on Tap happy hour event series continues on Tuesday, August 4! We invite you to Republic to enjoy light appetizers on us and to talk bike, walk, bus, and rail with other TLC members and friends. Stay tuned for more details about our topic of the month and featured panel. All are welcome but RSVPs are much appreciated.

Our event location is conveniently served by the METRO Green Line (West Bank Station) and many Metro Transit bus routes. Bike parking is available near the front entrance.

8/19/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Streetscape Design to Improve Walking and Bicycling

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, August 19. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on August 19 will focus on streetscape design to improve walking and bicycling. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

 

9/16/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Shared Streets, Slow Streets

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, September 16. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on September 16 will focus on shared and slow streets. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

10/6/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Transportation on Tap

Save the Date: TLC's 2015 Transportation on Tap happy hour event series continues on Tuesday, October 6! We invite you to Republic to enjoy light appetizers on us and to talk bike, walk, bus, and rail with other TLC members and friends. Stay tuned for more details about our topic of the month and featured panel. All are welcome but RSVPs are much appreciated.

Our event location is conveniently served by the METRO Green Line (West Bank Station) and many Metro Transit bus routes. Bike parking is available near the front entrance.

10/21/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Tactical Urbanism

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, October 21. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on October 21 will focus on tactical urbanism. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

11/18/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Bike Boxes

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, November 18. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on November 18 will focus on bike boxes. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

12/1/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Transportation on Tap

Save the Date: TLC's 2015 Transportation on Tap happy hour event series continues on Tuesday, December 1! We invite you to Republic to enjoy light appetizers on us and to talk bike, walk, bus, and rail with other TLC members and friends. Stay tuned for more details about our topic of the month and featured panel. All are welcome but RSVPs are much appreciated.

Our event location is conveniently served by the METRO Green Line (West Bank Station) and many Metro Transit bus routes. Bike parking is available near the front entrance.

12/16/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: The Best Guides and Manuals You've Never Heard Of

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series wraps up on Wednesday, December 16. Made available by Transit for Livable Communities, this series features monthly webinars from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). The live presentation and discussion on December 16 will focus on the best bike/ped guides and manuals you've (probably) never heard of. More details to follow.

We invite you to attend this webinar at our office at no charge. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RVSP below! 

Questions? Email erink@tlcminnesota.org.

(Note: If you are unable to join us and want to access the webinar remotely, you must register directly with APBP; their registration fee is $85.)

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