LONG READ: The lockdown has led to a bicycle sales boom. A boom not seen since the much bigger one in the early 1970s. What does this forgotten boom have to teach us about our future?
PAT is a small, local non-profit organization which strives for a more inclusive transportation system in central Yavapai County through education and advocacy.
PAT educates and advocates for the bicycle and pedestrian community, addressing the need for safe and convenient transportation options for all road users in the Yavapai community, regardless of age, ability, or income. We manage the local Safe Routes to School program, build awareness about bicycle and pedestrian issues through events, offer guidance for transportation planning, and work to complete and connect local streets, trails and greenways.
309 E Gurley St
A seamless bicycle, pedestrian and public transit network invites our citizens to leave their cars at home, thereby saving them money, encouraging healthy activity, and promoting energy independence. Regional planning that includes bicycle and pedestrian transportation spurs community interaction while protecting the open spaces and unique characteristics of this area for our future generations. Community round-tables encourage citizen involvement in the transportation planning process. Our positive partnerships with area government agencies and other organizations perpetuate on-going bicycle and pedestrian improvements through engineering, education, encouragement and enforcement programs. Our collaborations connect trails to roads to schools to shopping centers to travel corridors, so that using alternative forms of transportation every day is a safe and convenient option for all community members.
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|Tuesday||09:00 - 13:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 13:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 13:00|
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