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Want More Bike Racks? Join the Hunt!

4:29 PM EDT on September 11, 2009

Want more bike parking in Williamsburg and Greenpoint?

fixcity_logo_copy.jpgJoin us for Bike Rack Hunt: a fun afternoon of planning for Brooklyn Community District 1's bulk order of bike racks. Come help launch the FixCity Bike Racks project we're building to facilitate this process!

Sunday, September 202 - 5 p.m. Wiillamsburg/GreenpointExact location and time TBA

FixCity Bike Racks is an online application communities can use to map desired rack locations. September 20 marks the first time the app will be tested by the public.

More details to come next week. In the meantime you can find more background here, and sign up to receive more information.

The FixCity Bike Rack Hunt is hosted by Conflux and brought to you by Transportation Alternatives' Brooklyn Committee, Neighbors Allied for Good Growth, the Livable Streets Initiative, and The Open Planning Project.

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