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Art for the Bikeways – Applications Open

  Applications are open! The New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition, in partnership with the City of New Orleans, is calling on artists to submit qualifications and proposals for Art for the Bikeways, multi-site public art installations meant to highlight the City of New Orleans’ investment in biking and better mobility for all residents via the new Moving New Orleans low-stress…

The Family Bike Ride in Algiers

The Aurora West Civic Association hosted a Family Bike Ride for residents of Aurora West and our neighboring neighborhoods on September 5, 2020 in Algiers, La. This fun-filled event included a bike education class, snacks, information about the coming safety improvements on Holiday Dr. and MacArthur Blvd., and a music-filled 45 minute bike ride through Aurora West. The purpose for…

CNO updates Marigny & French Quarter ‘Moving New Orleans Bikes’ designs

The City of New Orleans held a pre-construction meeting for biking and walking improvements coming to the Marigny and the down-river portion of the French Quarter recently, and unveiled a new approach in how the Department of Public Works can incorporate community input as it builds ‘Complete Streets’. At the design meeting in late July, community residents viewed, listened, and…

2nd round of Activation Mini-Grants postponed until later in 2020

Though we’re reluctant to do so, we’re temporarily postponing the second round of our mini-grants for civic groups, community leaders, and individuals to create events or projects that build grassroots support for safe and accessible streets and highlight the benefits of the New Orleans’ newly expanded low-stress bikeway network. We’re doing so largely due to the abundance of great projects…

We’re proud to award these 10 Complete Streets Activation Mini-Grants

After reviewing many wonderful applications, we’re proud to announce that we’ve awarded 10 Complete Streets Activation Mini-Grants for a total of $7,500 These activations range from giving away free bike lights so people can bike at night safely, to giving discounts to people walking, driving, or taking public transit to the farmers market, and providing free classes on various uses of public space. If you or someone…

‘Complete Streets’ on Both Banks of the Mississippi

Moving New Orleans Bikes now spans both banks of the Mississippi! On July 7th and 9th, the City hosted two community design teleconferences for ‘complete streets’ improvements coming to the east bank of New Orleans, the first for the French Quarter & the Marigny, the second for Central City & the Lower Garden District. Over 150 people joined online or…

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