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Missoula On Track 2013

April, 2013: We are poised for a great year of sustainable transportation, focusing on mindset and structure.  The two issues go hand in hand.   Check back soon for a more comprehensive update.  In the meantime, here is the wrap-up for 2012:

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News Fall 2012
As Summer nears Fall, we look forward to the increasing chill of air and color of surroundings.  Much of our work at MIST revolves around the changing seasons: plan and reflect in the Winter, start new and exciting projects in the Spring, focus on continuity and aliveness in the Summer and then harvest and celebrate in the Fall. 
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MIST News Summer 2012
We have just completed: a town square demonstration, a dozen bicycle workshops with schools, the 15th annual Festival of Cycles, expansion of Free Cycles shop hours, advocacy and design for several single lane roundabouts and work on a new transportation model for Missoula. 
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Shifting Transportation in 2012

2012 holds much promise for making transportation safer, more equitable and more environmentally sounds.  Why?  Lots of ground work has been done in Missoula and beyond over the last many years.

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Winter Time Means Active Transporation
As we near the end of 2011, and move into the heart of winter here in Missoula, there is one sure fire way to stay warm and keep the blood pumping- go for a walk or bike.
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Summer SusTrans and Bicycle News in Missoula

Missoula has had some great sustainable transportation events over the last couple months.  During Bike Walk Bus week, Free Cycles ran several workshops, hosted the 14th annual Festival of Cycles, led a bike ride

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April 2011- Sustainable Transportation News

Spring is landing in the Missoula Valley.  That means lots of events like rides, festivals and celebrations.  And it's also an important time for advocacy work to gain better bike lanes, trails and improved roadway designs. 

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MIST News, February 2011

We are continuing the push to help Missoula, Montana become a model city for sustainable transportation.  Much headway has been made and yet there is so much work to be done.  Broadly, our goals are to do away with injury traffic crashes, pollution and the inequity of over dependence on oil and cars.  In other words, let's build a healthy, vibrant, clean transportation system that works for all people.

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