December 2007 - The Loma Linda City Council this
month agreed to work with private landowners to
acquire land in the hills to connect its trail network.
The city owns about 1,000 acres at the top and
bottom of the hills, but a large segment in the
middle is in private hands. Besides protecting land
it already owns, the city plans to seek easements
and rights-of-way from private owners in order to
complete the trail system, which would stretch from
about Reche Canyon to San Timeteo Canyon.
April 5, 2008
BCCIE members and volunteers
are needed to support bicycle
valet parking. Contact Jonathan
Baty to volunteer or get more
Percent: the U.S.
population that lives within
5 miles of work.
Percent: the pollution
emissions that results
from the first few minutes
Tons per year: CO2
emissions that would be
reduced if one million
people replaced one
two-mile car trip with a
bike ride each week.
May 10-17, 2008
We hope you'll ride to work
every day, but if you haven't
done it yet, here's your chance
to be part of the movement.
There is strength in numbers,
so be part of this important
event. More information at
Photo courtesy of BCCIE
member David Estes.
BCCIE Government Affairs Manager Jonathan Baty
conveys local cyclists' appreciation for the efforts of
the Loma Linda City Council in preserving the area's
trails and open space.
June 2006 - The City of Redlands has been
awarded a $68,300 grant from the state Depart-
ment of Transportation for use in planning a non-
motorized trail system (the Orange Blossom Trail)
that will extend from Mentone in the east, through
the downtown to Mountain View Avenue on the
western city limits. Full story...
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