Make a difference with BikeABQ Do you ride a bicycle in Albuquerque? YOU can make a difference! Help make our city a safe and enjoyable place to ride by joining and/or donating to BikeABQ. Whether you ride for fun, transportation, or both, BikeABQ works for you! Support our...Read More
BikeABQ is made up of members who love our city, love to ride, and who are dedicated to rider safety.
World Premiere Friday, March 4 6pm KIMO Theater Albuquerque
Broadcast dates and times:
March 11 8 pm KRQE (CBS) 13, March 19 9pm KASY 50 (MYN)
April 3 1pm KWBQ 19 (CW), April 10 2pm KASA 2 (FOX)
April 15 7pm KNME 5 (PBS), April 16 4pm KWBQ 19 (CW),
April 17 noon KRWG 22 (PBS), 12:30 KENW 3 (PBS), 3pm KASY 50 (MYN)
May 14 12pm KRQE 13 (CBS), May 22 2pm KASA 2 (FOX)
When bicyclists, motorcyclist or pedestrians are involved in a crash with automobiles, the damage to humans is significant and many times, fatal. Unfortunately, many people tend to be unfamiliar with the rules of sharing the roadways. When alcohol is in the mix, traveling in any mode is extremely dangerous. This campaign utilizes a variety of media and video tools to reach cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists and especially motorists to emphasize how to safely share our roadways.
Through experts and real stories that have affected families, friends and communities, we see how visibility and predictability of motorists, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians can eliminate tragic outcomes and help us all be safer in getting to our destinations.
In addition to a half hour documentary, the project will include an additional half hour television special discussion program, several short videos and PSA’s and a curriculum guide.
Produced by Emmy © Award winning, Christopher Productions, LLC in association with SafeTeen New Mexico; sponsors for the program include NM Dept. of Transportation, Bernalillo County Substance Abuse Prevention Programs, City of Albuquerque, State Farm Insurance and Bike ABQ.
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The City of Albuquerque has more than 400 miles of bike paths and trails with more in the works.
Help spread the word about how the new HAWK signal works. It’s unfamiliar, so the more people that know about how it’s supposed to be used, the safer it can be for everyone!
Click here for a printable version of the HAWK signal information: HAWK information
Beginning Monday, May 9, 2016 and lasting through mid to late summer 2016, the Water Authority will relocate water lines on Central between Coors and Yucca that are in conflict with the Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) project. As part of this project, the bicycle detour below will be in place during construction.
QUESTIONS? Contact Patti Watson, 245-3134; 269-9691; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ALBUQUERQUE RAPID TRANSIT (ART) PROJECT: Call 398-4ART (398-4278) or visit www.brtabq.com.