Please be aware that there could be delays in bus routes for both Chapel Hill Tranist as well as Triangle Transit on Tuesday, April 24, 2012. There will be a visit from the President of the United States of America.
Consider this special event as you plan your routes to work, errands or recreation. Patience is helpful when there are delays in traffic.
YMCA Bus Stop Closure
Due to construction and a lane closure on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill Transit (CHT) has temporarily closed the northbound bus stop at the YMCA until further notice. Passengers may board the buses at the temporary bus stop located beyond the entrance to the YMCA.
For additional information, call 919-969-4900 (press 1) or email email@example.com.
Bike Ablity – Bike Safety, Adapted Bikes & Lots of Fun!
Saturday, April 21, 2012 Chapel Hill, NC 9:00 am -12:00 pm
FREE EVENT for youth & adults w/special needs, their families, friends & staff
AT: Chapel Hill Public Works Administrative Office Parking Lot 6850 Millhouse Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27516 (off of Eubanks, near I-40)
Sponsored by Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation’s Adapted Recreation & Inclusion program, Chapel Hill Police, UNC Health Care Trauma Program, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
More Info: Marian Kaslovsky 919 968-2813
The ReCYCLEry: Thursday Workshops
Date: Every Thursday unless noted
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Location: Back of 108 North Graham Street, Chapel Hill, NC
Description: The Thursday workshops are dedicated to working on ReCYCLEry projects.
ReCYCLEry projects include fixing bikes for giveaways to children and projects aimed at exercising the artistic vision of recycling bikes.
No personal projects will be worked on during these Thursday hours. Come earn your membership, get service learning hours or just volunteer your time.
For more information go to therecyclerychapelhill.com .
Rules of the Road Bicycle Workshop
Join us at the Big Trucks event on Sunday, April 15, from 1 – 3pm at University Mall to hear informaiton on all the ins and outs of how to ride a bicycle in Chapel Hill on public streets. Discover the difference between suggested and recommended rules of the road regaring cycling and motorists and actual Laws regarding cycling!
See you at University Mall on Sunday, April 15 (on the Dillards end of the mall)!
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