Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Media to Celebrate Bike to Work Day May16, 2014

Media to Celebrate  
Bike to Work Day 
 May 16th

Delaware County Employees Will Swap Cars for Cycles for the Day

MEDIA, PA Spring is in full swing finally! With the warmer, sunnier weather, it’s the perfect time to tune up our bikes and ride to work.  It’s fun, it’s healthy, and it helps the environment.

On Friday, May 16th , Delaware County Transportation Management Association (DCTMA) and the Delaware County Planning Department will host the 13th Annual Bike to Work Day. County workers and other Media business employees will ride to work, and meet on the grounds of the Courthouse at Front and Olive Streets for a morning celebration. Participants are invited to enjoy breakfast and other treats,  plus special raffle prizes donated by downtown Media businesses, and other companies throughout the county.

Bike to Work Day

Friday, May 16th


Courthouse Lawn at Front and Olive Streets

Bike to Work day is presented by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union.

For more information on Bike to Work Day, email or call 610-892-9440.

The Delaware County Transportation Management Association is a private, non-profit, non- partisan organization dedicated to improving the transportation network serving the county. The DCTMA provides a forum where employers and municipalities as well as local, county and state agencies and transit authorities can cooperatively address transportation issues and coordinate cost-effective and efficient transportation management strategies for Delaware County. Through coordinated planning and cooperative efforts, the DCTMA helps to promote a cleaner, healthier environment, to sustain the quality of life, and to enhance the economic vitality of Delaware County.

About Delaware County Planning Department
The mission of the Delaware County Planning Department’s Transportation Planning Section is to improve mobility for all Delaware County residents, employees, and visitors in a manner that provides a choice of travel modes, increases safety, reduces pollution, improves health, enhances communities, and reduces sprawl.

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