Opening Communities

The photos in this theme will emphasize the benefits of transportation to your community, whether it be a crew repaving a road, widening a bike lane, making a dangerous intersection safer, or driving a new transit line.

Here’s a couple of examples from last year’s competition:

Jeff Fidanque, Drawbridge Operator, places a sign February 13, 2012, during a partial bridge closure for work on the Rio Vista Bridge. Thousands of maintenance workers throughout California are on our roads and bridges daily working to keep them safe and well maintained for the traveling public.
Jeff Fidanque, Drawbridge Operator, places a sign February 13, 2012, during a partial bridge closure for work on the Rio Vista Bridge. Thousands of maintenance workers throughout California are on our roads and bridges daily working to keep them safe and well maintained for the traveling public.
In 2011, San Antonio, Texas hosted two successful Síclovías (Cyclovias). Closing off Broadway Avenue to auto traffic from downtown northward three miles, participants engaged in a variety of family friendly events encouraging active transportation, and healthy lifestyles. Activities included: live music, local food vendors, yoga instruction, and bicycle skills classes.
In 2011, San Antonio, Texas hosted two successful Síclovías (Cyclovias). Closing off Broadway Avenue to auto traffic from downtown northward three miles, participants engaged in a variety of family friendly events encouraging active transportation, and healthy lifestyles. Activities included: live music, local food vendors, yoga instruction, and bicycle skills classes.

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