Hazard Reporting Workshop - online webinar

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***Please note: This is an online webinar class. A link will be provided at the end of the registration process and in your confirmation email, which you can use to join the class at the scheduled time.

The webinar will be hosted by Zoom, and you can either access it in your web browser (Google Chrome preferred), or click here to download the free "Zoom Client for Meetings" or "Zoom Mobile Apps" in advance for additional features (optional).***

This fun workshop is taught by an instructor certified by the League of American Bicyclists, made possible with funding provided by the Alameda County Transportation Commission.

Potholes, malfunctioning traffic signals, broken glass in the road. These issues and more are bad news for everyone, but especially for folks on bikes. At this 1-hour workshop we will share resources, tips, and tricks you can use to send in effective hazard reports and get issues in your neighborhood fixed.

Topics include the following:

  • Defining hazards: Routine maintenance vs infrastructure requests
  • Finding and using local resources: Apps, websites, phone numbers
  • Info to include: Tips for making effective reports
  • Reporting potholes and other pavement issues
  • SeeClickFix tutorial
  • Participant Q&A

Can't make this session? You can still find resources online at BikeEastBay.org/Hazards.

As a special promotion for Bike Month, all participants at our bike ed webinars throughout May will be entered to win one of four $25 gift certificates to Sports Basement. Attendance at a 1-hour workshop gets you one entry, and each 2-hour Urban Cycling class gets you two entries, so join us for multiple classes to increase your chance to win!

When
May 27th, 2020 7:00 PM   through   8:00 PM
Contact
Office: 510-845-7433  ext. 2
Email:

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