LSA in the Media


5 out-of-the-ordinary things to do

April 17, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Daily Star on April 17, 2014. Want more? This ride is among a month of activities as part of Bike Fest, a program of the Living Streets Alliance. See more, including details about the Saturday Night Bike and Dance-A-Thon, at bikefesttucson.com/events Click here to read the full story.

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Contribute to Downtown’s Best On Arizona Gives Day, April 9th

April 8, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Downtown Tucsonan on April 08, 2014. Cyclovia, thrown twice yearly by Living Streets Alliance, has become a wildly popular spring and fall outing, with more than 20,000 Tucsonans taking to the streets to simply enjoy the beauty of the Old Pueblo, as seen from behind a pair of handlebars. LSA also … Continue reading

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Local Cyclists Want City to Increase Safety on Roads

April 7, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Public Media on April 07, 2014. “There’s so much more we could do to design our streets with pedestrian and cyclist safety in mind,” she said. “Whether that’s bicycle boulevards or creating separated bike lanes, which are also called cycle tracks, that clearly helps them be separate from fast moving … Continue reading

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Photos: Cyclovia Tucson

April 6, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Daily Star on April 06, 2014. Put on by the Living Streets Alliance, Cyclovia Tucson is a biannual event where streets downtown in a five-mile route are closed to vehicle traffic so people could bike, walk, skate and participate in fun, free activities. Look through the gallery to view Sunday’s … Continue reading

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Cyclovia tests out bike lane idea on thousands of cyclists

April 6, 2014

LSA was mentioned by kgun9 on April 06, 2014. “Some of the streets like Speedway have a really narrow bike lane and it feels really dangerous,” said Fernando Gonzalez, who bikes everyday. But what if there was a barrier separating you from traffic? This year’s Cyclovia put that idea on display with wooden boxes lining … Continue reading

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Cyclovia Tucson event this Sunday

April 4, 2014

LSA was mentioned by KVOA on April 04, 2014. Now in its fifth year, Cyclovia is a project of Tucson’s Living Streets Alliance, a non-profit advocacy organization with a mission to empower people to transform streets into vibrant places for walking, bicycling, socializing and play. “Cyclovia Tucson embodies everything our organization is about,” says Emily … Continue reading

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April’s Bicycle Hullabaloos

April 3, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Zocalo on April 03, 2014. “The festival is not about the bicycle as much as it is about imagining what our streets could look like if we allowed equal access to them,” says Walzak. “Right now they’re very dominated by one type of transportation—the personal vehicle… Our streets are public spaces … Continue reading

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The Cyclovia Ten

April 3, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Daily Star on April 03, 2014. You’d be hard pressed to take part in all of the activities Sunday’s Cyclovia Tucson event has to offer. • The daylong celebration of cycling and city streets has entertainment options on every block, from live music and dodgeball, to pick-up basketball games and … Continue reading

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April kicks off month long Bike Fest

April 1, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Tucson News Now (KOLD/KMSB) on April 01, 2014. Bike Fest is a program of Living Streets Alliance, in partnership with Pima County Department of Environmental Quality, the City of Tucson, Pima Association of Governments, and numerous local businesses and community organizations. Click here to read the full story.

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Bike Fest Celebrates All Things Bicycle in S. AZ

March 31, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Public Media on March 31, 2014. In Tucson, The Living Streets Alliance and other organizations – even businesses and local governments – are working on Bike Fest Tucson, which will feature more than 50 events in the month of April. “Bicycling saves you money, it’s good for the environment, there’s … Continue reading

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