Friday Jobs Market

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Looking for a job? Here are this week’s listings:

Project Manager, Reconnecting America, Washington, DC
The Project Manager will work closely with a range of stakeholders—including public agency staff, policymakers, community-based organizations, philanthropy, developers and others—to help identify appropriate policies, programs, plans and implementation strategies to promote and support the equitable integration of transportation and land use at the regional, city and neighborhood scale.

Field Programs Manager, Cascade Bicycle Club, Seattle, WA
The Field Programs Manager will empower and mobilize Cascade members and constituents to advance the mission of creating better communities through bicycling in the Puget Sound region.

Communications Manager, Bike New York, New York, NY
Bike New York is seeking a full-time Communications Director who will oversee the communications department, managing and developing the organization’s branding, positioning, communications, customer service, event registration, integrated marketing, and outreach strategy.

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City Council Gives Unanimous Nod to New Bike Plan

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It’s all over but the signing.  And that’s scheduled for tomorrow. By a 12-0 vote, the Los Angeles City Council approved the Bike Plan sending it to the Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s desk for a signature.  The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition and Villaraigosa have already announced the signing will take place tomorrow on the steps […]

Bicycling is for Everyone: The Connections Between Cycling in Developing Countries and Low-Income Cyclists of Color in the U.S.

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A Missing Story As urban transportation bicycling becomes more popular, planners and advocates often use “bike friendly cities” like Portland, Amsterdam and Copenhagen as examples for facilities as well as political strategies and tactics.  Although these are wonderful cities with dazzling bike networks and impressive ridership numbers, a narrative is emerging that bicycle advocacy needs […]

Helmets Ready! Mayor Hosts First Bike Summit

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Former Mayor Richard Riordan presents training wheels to the wounded Mayor. For more pics from the conference, visist Gary Rides Bikes’ Flickr Page Despite the Monday 9am hour and the picture perfect weather, a standing-room only crowd assembled in the Metro Board Room for city of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s first Bike Summit.  Alongside Mayor Villaraigosa […]