TACOMA – Fall is here and there are more opportunities than ever to switch up commute modes in downtown Tacoma. Downtown On the Go has events all month long and there is bound to be something for everyone.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016 will be our last Walk Tacoma event of the season. Join Historian Michael Sullivan during your lunch hour, noon-1 p.m., as he explains the past, present, and future of the Prairie Line Trail. The 1.2-mile route will start at the base of the UWT stairs at S. 19th & Pacific Ave. Come and learn more information on the development of the next phases of the Prairie Line Trail (S. 17 to Dock Street/waterfront) and the Brewery District in downtown Tacoma. Thank you to BCRA and KPG for sponsoring the walk and to the Puyallup Watershed Initiative for sponsoring the 2016 Walk Tacoma Series.
Election season is upon us and Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson can answer any and all questions about voting this November. On Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016 at noon we are hosting aRide the Bus event featuring Auditor Anderson. Meet at S 11th and Pacific and ride the Pierce Transit Rte. 14 to North Tacoma, arriving back in downtown at 1 p.m. RSVPs are required. Thanks to the Puyallup Watershed Initiative for sponsoring this event.
October means shorter days but that doesn’t have to mean less bike riding. Downtown On the Go wants to shed some light on commuting by handing out free bike lights on Oct. 27, 2016 atLight Up Your Ride. We will be sipping hot chocolate and celebrating the season at Wright Park at 4:30 p.m. Thank you to GeoEngineers, ARC Document Solutions, and AAA for sponsoring this year’s event.
We have had a great year of events, programs, and advocacy! Learn more at our Annual Luncheon on Oct. 14, 2016. Transportation Innovator Awards will be presented and Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Director of Transportation will be the keynote speaker.
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