LSA in the Media


Celebrate Bike Fest in month of April

March 29, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Blog for Arizona on March 29, 2014. You can enter to win a bike makeover — who doesn’t need that? Or enter a 2 mile commuter challenge, but definitely go to the Pedal the Pueblo link on the Bike Fest website to see all the great deals/discounts for April 21 to … Continue reading

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Living Streets Alliance Reimagines Life on Two Wheels with Cyclovia and Hullabaloo

March 25, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Downtown Tucsonan on March 25, 2014. Kylie Walzak, and the local nonprofit organization Living Streets Alliance, are very much organized around the core idea of changing the way we think about our own commuting and lifestyles, and asking aloud about what our streets and urban infrastructures should be optimized for. Click … Continue reading

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Cyclovia Tucson Basics

March 14, 2014

LSA was mentioned by The City of Tucson’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Newsletter on March 14, 2014. The City of Tucson and many other wonderful organizations and businesses sponsor Cyclovia Tucson, but Kylie Walzak and Emily Yetman of the local non-profit Living Streets Alliance do the hard work of making sure that there are lots of … Continue reading

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Is the streetcar squeezing cyclists off the streets?

March 14, 2014

LSA was mentioned by kgun9 on March 14, 2014. Councilman Steve Kozachik rode along with Living Streets Alliance and Downtown Tucson Partnership to map out the route’s problem areas. From Second Street to Fourth Avenue to Congress, Kozachik and company point out pinch points between cyclists and the streetcar. They mapped the route taking pictures … Continue reading

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Get Ready to Ride! April is Cyclovia and Bike Fest Time

March 11, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Mrs. Green’s World on March 11, 2014. Bike Fest Tucson is a month-long annual celebration of the most incredible form of human-powered transportation in the world – the bicycle! Clean and green, so simple, elegant, affordable and fun – the bicycle deserves the entire month of April dedicated to celebrating its … Continue reading

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Tucson Hullabaloo: An Incredible Outdoor Weekend For All

February 27, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Downtown Tucsonan on February 27, 2014. Tucson Hullabaloo is billed as ‘a celebration of all things Tucson’, and it jumps off the weekend of April 5th-6th at Armory Park, taking advantage of that last glorious stretch of our non-summer. . . 25% of event proceeds will be going to some excellent … Continue reading

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Volunteers installing bicycle lights for free Tuesday

February 17, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Daily Star on February 17, 2014. Volunteers from the Living Streets Alliance will install bicycle lights for free Tuesday in a south-side neighborhood while supplies last. Click here to read the full story.

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Light the night returns Tuesday

February 13, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Tucson Velo on February 13, 2014. Bicyclist in need of lights will have an opportunity to receive one of 300 sets that will be given away on Feb 18. The City of Tucson Bicycle and Pedestrian Program, Living Streets Alliance, and the Pima Association of Governments have teamed up for the … Continue reading

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The City of Tucson Begins NewSafe Routes to School Program

February 12, 2014

LSA was mentioned by The City of Tucson’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Newsletter on February 12, 2014. Local non-profit Living Streets Alliance (LSA) and the national planning firm, Toole Design Group (TDG), have been contracted by the City of Tucson Bicycle and Pedestrian Program to run Tucson’s new Safe Routes to School program. The main goal … Continue reading

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Q&A: Tucson Nonprofit Hopes to Bring ‘Parklet’ to Downtown

January 27, 2014

LSA was mentioned by Arizona Highways on January 27, 2014. The businesses in the area have identified a parklet as a great way to begin to transform their neighborhood into a vibrant destination, since it doesn’t require any major infrastructure changes, is relatively affordable and will create a great focal point for their district. Click … Continue reading

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