The recording of our May 26 Lunch & Learn on the Iowa City Bicycle Master Plan is now available for viewing using the following link:

https://citychannel4.com/cgi-bin/vdb/ytp.pl?id=F22326 

This online discussion focused on existing and future on and off-street bicycle facilities and other improvements to make bicycling safer and more convenient in Iowa City. For more information visit the Bicycle Resources page on our website: mpojc.org/bicycle-resources.

On June 15 we will host another virtual Lunch and Learn focused on transportation solutions for commuters who live too far from work to bike, walk or use local bus service. FACT: Nearly 40,000 workers employed in Johnson County commute in from other counties and over 22,000 workers who live in Johnson County travel out of the county for work every day. Rising gas prices are a special challenge for these workers.

Join our “Easy on the Gas” discussion with Michelle Ribble Commuter Programs Manager for the University of Iowa and Brock Grenis, Transit Planner from the Eastern Iowa Council of Governments (ECICOG)* to learn about a range smart programs and incentives to suit almost any commuter need, including carpool, vanpool,  rideshare, express bus service, and rural dial-a-ride. These programs serve residents of Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, and Washington counties as well as other areas depending on employment.

“Easy on the Gas: Smart Commuting Options to Save Money and Gas”

June 15, 2022 @ noon

Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvfu6oqTMjHdfDGC0cruS7d9GFjYi...

Password: 842 9707 8973

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