Beginning August 24th Lynchburg residents will have a new transit option to move through the Downtown area.
Roanoke, VA. (May 1st 2017) – The organizers of the 7th Annual Bike Shorts Film Festival are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Juried Prize, Best Local Film, Best Original music, Best Teen Film, and first Audience Choice awards. RIDE Solutions received 15 videos representing local, national, and international filmmakers for the 2017 festival.
The organizers of the 6th Annual Bike Shorts Film Festival are pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Juried Prize, Best Music Video, Best Local Film, and first Audience Choice awards. RIDE Solutions received 18 submissions representing local, national, and international filmmakers for the 2016 festival.
David B. Audretsch, interviewed recently in The American Conservative Magazine, thinks cities are better able to take care of themselves and generate prosperity if they don’t wait for the federal government to try to fix things, all for the simple reason that people really do care about the places they live.
Mayor Michael Gillette rang in May’s Bike and Clean Commute Challenge Month with a Proclamation reading on the Lynchburg City Town Hall steps April 28th. Mayor Gillette noted the importance of all modes of transportation and recognized the value in the bike lanes, crosswalks, and public transit to the City of Lynchburg.
Roanoke, VA. (April 28, 2015) – In 2014, RIDE Solutions broke records with its annual Clean Commute Challenge, removing over 70,000 miles from the region’s roads as people across central and southwest Virginia were encouraged to carpool, bike, walk, take transit, or telework instead of driving alone.