Thousands of businesses, organizations and people are impacted daily by how many choose, or don’t choose, to get to work by alternative commute modes such as bus, bike, carpool or walk.
The Alternative Commute regional program, Go Triangle, is seeking those that promote or use alternative transportation regularly making a positive impact on air quality, traffic reduction and healthier community in general!
Want a little inspiration for nomination ideas? You can see videos of the 2017, 2016 and 2015 winners from all categories online.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: All nominations must be received by Tuesday, July 31, 2018. All verified nominees will receive a brief phone interview for more information and confirm details of nomination. Thank you!
Nominate your candidate at one of the following links, and more than one nominee is welcome!
•WHO: Speakers from around the Triangle present their projects and updates, with inspiration from the Netherlands
•COST: Free & open to everyone
Learn about bicycle and pedestrian transportation within the Triangle and beyond. Participants will hear updates on progress and innovations from communities around the Triangle, and reports from partners at the state level.
Johan Diepens, the founder of Mobycon and a mobility specialist visiting from the Netherlands, is the keynote speaker for the workshop and will share lessons learned through a 30 year career of studying traffic safety, slow streets, and designing for Vision Zero and Complete Street commitments.
Sign-in will be available starting at 7:45 a.m., and the program begins promptly at 8 a.m.
Coffee and snacks will be provided, so get there early.
The safety of everyone who travels is a shared responsibility.
The Chapel Hill Police Department and area partners will continue speed enforcement and Watch For Me N.C. initiatives—in addition to normal operations—throughout the month of February. These initiatives are an effort to continue to preserve and enhance a safe community in which to travel, whether on two wheels, four wheels, two feet, or other methods.
Officers may issue information, warnings or citations to anyone for violating laws. Fines and court costs for these violations begin at $213.
Multiple officers will monitor the following areas (in addition to normal Chapel Hill Police patrol practices) to encourage and enforce safe behavior from everyone:
Feb. 6, 12 noon – 2 p.m., Tuesday, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard near Homestead Road
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6:30-8:30 a.m. and 2-4 p.m., Raleigh Road near Greenwood Road
Feb. 20, 10 am. – 12 noon, Tuesday, US Highway 15-501 near Kingsmill Road
Feb. 27, 8-9 a.m. Tuesday, South Columbia Street
Watch For Me N.C. is a statewide safety initiative designed to improve relationships on roads between people who drive, people who walk, people who roll and people who bike. People may receive helpful information, warnings, and in some cases, tickets for violations during these initiatives.
Getting Around Want to see the latest projects that affect getting around Chapel Hill. To view a list of recently completed, in progress, and upcoming projects, visit townofchapelhill.org/gettingaround.