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Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, City of Milwaukee
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator is responsible for administering the City of Milwaukee bicycle and pedestrian plan, acts as project manager for bicycle and pedestrian grant and city funded programs and administers the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program.

Membership and Volunteer Manager, Walk San Francisco
Walk San Francisco seeks an enthusiastic, experienced Membership and Volunteer Manager to help take a small, dynamic organization to the next level.

BikeNYC.org Intern, Transportation Alternatives
T.A. seeks a bike-passionate, web-savvy individual to join the organization as a BikeNYC.org Intern for the Bicycle Advocacy team. BikeNYC.org is a new website designed to provide New York bicyclists with a year-round hub for city-wide bike events, deals and tips.

Policy Director, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a seasoned Policy Director to lead work on securing legislation, funding and other essentials that advance bicycling in San Francisco.

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