UPDATE 9/6/18 RIDE IS NEXT SATURDAY 9/15/18
UPDATE 8/28/18 FREE water bottle for all participants
8:30 am Registration at Kalama Park (between Cove and skate park)
9:00 am Vision Zero Proclamation by Mayor Arakawa, Robin Hagen offers the tragic history, Lauren Armsrtong offers MPO’s point of view, Chad Taniguchi from HI Bicycle, safety update from MBL’s Kellie and more
10:00 am Memorial bike ride through Kihei led by Maui Bicycling League
11:30 am Lunch for event participants at Kalama Park pavilion
WHO: Everyone and anyone! All levels welcome.
Please bring sunscreen and a helmet. Ear phones are not permitted.
WHAT: 5.6 Mile Memorial Ride
Approximately 1.5 hours, led by trained ride leaders.
WHERE: Kihei, Maui
Ride will include a few stops to discuss safety solutions.
This is not a KCA event, but as long time supporters of alternative transportation in our region, featuring SAFE walking and cycling, and support of our community plan, we recommend this event and encourage participation next month.
Save the Date!
Vision Zero Event and Memorial Bike Ride
8:30am – 12:00pm Saturday, September 15, 2018
Kalama Park, Kihei
What is Vision Zero? Vision Zero is a goal to have no traffic fatalities by 2040.
Join “Creating Healthier Communities” for a Vision Zero kickoff event followed by a memorial bike ride in honor of Karl Hagen, who was fatally struck while riding his bicycle on Pi‘ilani Highway. The goal of this event is to bring together elected leaders, engineers, police, community members, and safety advocates to promote solutions that move Maui toward the goal of Vision Zero. Everyone has the right to be safe on Maui’s roads.
Event details to follow. For more information, contact Lauren Armstrong at 866-2324 or firstname.lastname@example.org