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Welcome to goRogueValley!

To find out who we are and what we do, view our About and Calendar pages, as well as our Facebook page for current events. Don’t forget to check out our blog and list of outside resources for more information about walking, biking, and active transportation. Lastly, feel free to sign up for our email list or contact us with any questions.

2015 Family Fun Bike Ride Series

Rogue Valley Transportation District (RVTD), Siskiyou Velo bike club, and GoRogue Valley are pleased to announce the 2015 Family Fun Ride Bike Series, a 5 ride series throughout communities in the Rogue Valley. The Family Fun Bike Ride series seeks to promote and encourage bicycling as an accessible, rewarding, and fun mode of transportation. The …

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Go by Bike Week: May 11-16, 2015

Arrive by bike to one of various events throughout the valley this week and enjoy snacks on us! Log your bike trips on www.drivelessconnect.com and win prizes. May is National Bike Month, and here in the Rogue Valley we are celebrating withGo By Bike Week, May 11th-16th. A week filled with great biking opportunities and rewards …

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How Transportation Funding Works in Oregon

Ever wanted to know how state and local transportation funding decisions are made? There was a great interview on the Jefferson Exchange with ODOT’s Travis Brouwer about the role of Area Commissions on Transportation (ACT).   Check out the interview here: http://ijpr.org/post/acting-locally-regional-transportation   Area Commissions on Transportation are advisory bodies chartered by the Oregon Transportation …

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RVMPO Looking for Bike-Ped Representative

The Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (RCMPO) is looking for a Bicycle Pedestrian Representative to serve on the Public Advisory Council. This is a great opportunity to represent Bike-Ped Issues at the regional level here in Southern Oregon. The PAC meets every other month on the third Tuesday, beginning in January. PAC meetings normally begin …

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