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Transit for Livable Communities - TLC Calendar of Events

1/13/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Rush Line Corridor Open House (Hugo)

The Rush Line Corridor is a transportation corridor extending 80 miles from Hinckley to Union Depot in downtown Saint Paul. A Pre-Project Development (PPD) Study is underway to analyze bus and rail transit alternatives between Forest Lake and Union Depot in Saint Paul. The study builds upon previous work completed for the corridor and will identify one mode and one alignment for adoption as the corridor's Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA). The PPD Study is a joint local and regional planning effort conducted by the Rush Line Corridor Task Force and led by the Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority.

Rush Line Corridor open houses on January, 13, 14, and 15 are an opportunity to: 

  • Share feedback on potential route options
  • Provide suggestions on potential station locations
  • Review and comment on project purpose and need

More information.

1/14/2015, 06:00PM - 08:00PM: Rush Line Corridor Open House (Saint Paul)

The Rush Line Corridor is a transportation corridor extending 80 miles from Hinckley to Union Depot in downtown Saint Paul. A Pre-Project Development (PPD) Study is underway to analyze bus and rail transit alternatives between Forest Lake and Union Depot in Saint Paul. The study builds upon previous work completed for the corridor and will identify one mode and one alignment for adoption as the corridor's Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA). The PPD Study is a joint local and regional planning effort conducted by the Rush Line Corridor Task Force and led by the Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority.

Rush Line Corridor open houses on January, 13, 14, and 15 are an opportunity to: 

  • Share feedback on potential route options
  • Provide suggestions on potential station locations
  • Review and comment on project purpose and need

More information.

1/15/2015, 05:00PM - 07:00PM: Rush Line Corridor Open House (Maplewood)

The Rush Line Corridor is a transportation corridor extending 80 miles from Hinckley to Union Depot in downtown Saint Paul. A Pre-Project Development (PPD) Study is underway to analyze bus and rail transit alternatives between Forest Lake and Union Depot in Saint Paul. The study builds upon previous work completed for the corridor and will identify one mode and one alignment for adoption as the corridor's Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA). The PPD Study is a joint local and regional planning effort conducted by the Rush Line Corridor Task Force and led by the Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority.

Rush Line Corridor open houses on January, 13, 14, and 15 are an opportunity to: 

  • Share feedback on potential route options
  • Provide suggestions on potential station locations
  • Review and comment on project purpose and need

More information.

1/21/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series begins on Wednesday, January 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 January 21 will focus on level of service 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.)

 

1/29/2015, 09:00AM - 03:30PM: Transportation Options Workshop

"Transportation is definitely a critical point in breaking the cycle of poverty." - Joan McDonough-Schlecht, Neighborhood House

"There is no program I know of that addresses financial benefits of transportation so directly." - Eva Song Margolis, Eastside Financial Center

TLC’s Transportation Options workshop offers social service and financial coaching staff the resources and experience they need to empower their participants to address the high cost of getting around, to save money, and to build wealth.

The one-day workshop immerses attendees into the realities, barriers, and solutions to finding affordable, convenient, and reliable transportation in order to access jobs, education, and financial stability.

We’ll discuss the asset-building potential of options such as biking, walking, transit, car sharing, and bike sharing and help to decipher when and where they make sense for families and individuals working toward economic self-sufficiency.

Inside the Workshop:

  • Uncover the true cost of transportation
  • Experience firsthand new options for getting around
  • Understand a network of solutions and support

RSVPs are required. Fee to attend: $20.

Please register below or contact Pamela Moore at pamelam@tlcminnesota.org or 651-789-1419. 

2/18/2015, 02:00PM - 03:00PM: Wednesday Webinar: New Tools for Estimating Walking and Bicycling Demand

Save the date: Our 2015 Bike & Ped Webinar Series continues on Wednesday, February 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 February 18 will focus on new tools for estimating walking and bicycling demand. 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.)

3/18/2015, 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.)

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.)

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.)

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.)

 

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.)

10/21/2015, 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.)

12/16/2015, 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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