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Bicycle Friendly Destination

More and more, our city is getting from point A to point B by bicycle. There’s a twofold benefit: It’s not only a mode that promotes good health, it’s good for the environment, too.

Organizations that promote alternative transportation actively encourage physical activity, reduce traffic congestion and decrease air pollution from cars. In addition, supporting a walking or biking initiative at your office can have a direct impact on health conditions like obesity, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Partners for a Healthy City wants to help your organization be a Bicycle Friendly Destination. We can help you implement ways to support these employees:

  • Encourage bicycle commuters by installing a bike rack or providing a dedicated indoor storage room for bikes.
  • Provide a patch kit and pump for bike commuters.
  • Track bikers’ mileage and award prizes to those who log the most in a month.
  • Provide public transportation schedules at your reception desk.
  • Profile bike or walking commuters in your newsletter.

Find out how your organization can become a Bicycle Friendly Destination. Contact us today!

Bicycle Friendly Destinations:

100 Black Men of Omaha
Charles Drew Health Center
Conestoga Elementary
Countryside Community Church
Creighton University
Emspace Group
Family Housing Advisory Services, Inc.
First National Bank of Omaha
Fontenelle Elementary School
Franklin Elementary School
Fusion Medical Staffing
Girls Inc. of Omaha
Goodwill Industries, Inc.
Grain & Mortar
Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition
Habitat for Humanity of Omaha
inCOMMON Community Development
Lamp, Rynearson & Associates
Nebraska Families Collaborative
Nebraska Furniture Mart
Omaha Home for Boys
Omaha Public Power District
Phil’s Foodway
Southern Sudan Community Association
St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church
Tenaska, Inc.
The Union for Contemporary Arts
The Yoga Path
Urban League of Nebraska
YMCA of Greater Omaha
Youth Emergency Services