Urgent! Attacks on Funding Likely

Walkers, Our national partners, like Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC), the Alliance for Biking and Walking and others have received word that a devastating attack on walking, bicycling and trails could happen this week, as the House of Representatives starts to consider spending and budget bills. Though we do not know details yet, we anticipate a congressional amendment that could do away …

Downtown Arena: Monthly Meeting

Last night, the Sacramento City Council called for more info on financing and a formal proposal to the council on any proposed downtown arena: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/01/25/3352234/arena.html WALKSacramento will look at the effect a downtown arena may have on pedestrian, bicycle and transit access and how to craft a circulation network that can actually boost economic revival and a walkable community. Warm …

December Highlights

Calendar Highlights Date: 1  Anne Seeley Birthday Walk to Capitol Rose Garden 2  SACOG Transportation Committee 2  TRB Webinar on HAWK Signal 6  SACOG Pedestrian Safety Webinar – Pedestrians and Transit 6  Sacramento River Crossings Stakeholder Meeting 9  Strategic Highway Safety Plan Challenge Area 8 Planning Workshop 10  SACOG Rural-Urban Connections 13  Sacramento County Planning Commission 14  Elk Grove USD …

Announcing WALKSacramento’s next executive director!

We are pleased to announce the hiring of WALKSacramento’s next Executive Director, Teri Duarte! Since 1988, Teri Duarte has served as Director of the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program for the County of Sacramento, overseeing 80 staff who help families learn about nutrition and health to improve the lives of children. The Sacramento County WIC Program has been called a “model” agency …

Announcing WALKSacramento’s next executive director!

We are pleased to announce the hiring of WALKSacramento’s next Executive Director, Teri Duarte! Since 1988, Teri Duarte has served as Director of the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program for the County of Sacramento, overseeing 80 staff who help families learn about nutrition and health to improve the lives of children. The Sacramento County WIC Program has been called a “model” agency …