Thank you for stopping by UM-Flint’s Walk and Bike Work Group’s Blog!
Our group’s mission is to establish a walking and bicycling friendly culture at the University of Michigan-Flint that fosters the support of safe, non-motorized transportation initiatives, policies, and infrastructures across the campus and through the greater Flint area. Increased walking and bicycling will lead to reduced congestion on campus, enhanced local and regional transportation options for current students, staff, and faculty, aid in attracting future students, and ultimately lead to a safer and healthier community for everyone in Flint, Michigan.
Currently, the Walk and Bike Work Group plans on launching its first Free Bike Share Program for the University of Michigan-Flint. This program will allow members of the UM-Flint campus free access to ride maize colored bicycles throughout campus and downtown Flint. To further promote sustainable transportation, the Walk and Bike Work Group is looking into Smart Commute and other options to educate students, faculty, and staff during the coming semesters for 2011/2012.
Check out our blog for info on meetings, events, programs, safety tips, articles, and more! If you have any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks again for stopping by! We hope you’ll join us in our mission to make Flint a better place to live, work, and play!
UM-Flint Walk and Bike Work Group