In this issue...

 ...  It's Warming Up Out There  ...  North Natomas Pedaled Hard This May  ...  Bike Beyond May  ...  Our 2014 Annual Report Is In  ...  Ride Around Cool Calistoga  ...  Hot Nights + Lots of Bikes = Sacramento Summer 2015  ...  Want To Know More About North Natomas? There’s an App for That!  ...  A Voice and Some Paint  ... 


Spare The Air Alerts

May is Bike Month Photos

Upcoming Bike Rides

2014 Annual Report

Join the Natomas Flyers

Bike Valet Schedule

Ashby App

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It's Warming Up Out There

High temperatures can contribute to an unhealthy air quality, but that isn’t the only factor that triggers a Spare the Air Day. Spare the Air Days are announced when the AQI for ground-level ozone pollution is forecast to reach 127 or above.

Sign up for Spare the Air Alerts and ride the Flyer for free when a Spare the Air day is announced.

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North Natomas Pedaled Hard This May

Another May is Bike Month is in the books, and it sure was fun! During the month of May, North Natomas employees, residents, students, and teachers logged a grand total of 143,777 miles in the saddle. The NNTMA was proud to organize and host a mix of bike related events including bike clinics, bike rides, breakfasts and even a velo-themed Natomas Chamber of Commerce mixer.

Bike Month campaigns also took place at ten North Natomas schools. To kick off the month-long celebration, Bike to School breakfasts took place at five North Natomas elementary schools, with 428 students and parents participating. Every classroom in the participating schools were encouraged to log their miles each day to earn weekly prizes and recognition.

Check out these fun pictures taken around town during the bike-happy month.

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Bike Beyond May

Over the Deep Water Channel, and on to West Sac we go on June 13th! On this Neighborhood Ride, we’ll stop for a TMA-sponsored treat at Nugget Market in Southport and take in ski boats, the Riverfront Promenade and the Crocker Art Museum on the way back.

No need to RSVP - just show up with your bike, helmet, water and spare tube!

Ride departs the NNTMA office at 1918 Del Paso Road at 8:30 a.m.

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Our 2014 Annual Report Is In

It’s that time of year...time to take a look at what we did in 2014 here at the NNTMA via our 2014 Annual Report. Spoiler alert: Did you know the Flyer Shuttle counted over 93,000 passenger boardings for the year? That’s a lot of commuting trips spared on the freeway and 267,000 pounds of CO2 spared from the air.

Have one minute? Take a read. It's sure to increase your smileage!

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Ride Around Cool Calistoga

Don’t you want to ride through some cooler air and soak in some warmer springs? Don’t you want to meet new, like-minded, bike-driven souls? Well, mark your calendars for the Emigrant Trails Bike Trek in the hot springs mecca of California, Calistoga, happening September 11 - 13. Register under the "Natomas Flyers" team name. Join us for a training ride on June 20th to test the waters and meet your new trail family!

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Hot Nights + Lots of Bikes = Sacramento Summer 2015

We know summer is here by the mercury rising, a full calendar of events and the bike valet in full bloom! Take a peek at the free outdoor events in North Natomas for the summer of ‘15! Hats off to Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby who organizes such great events to celebrate summer.

West Fest: June 20th - Food trucks, live music, a beer garden and bounce houses at Westlake Park make the perfect destination via bike.

Movie in the Park: July 10th - Pack your favorite family blanket in your bike basket and head toward North Natomas Regional Park to see The Lorax. Hooray for outdoor movies!

Movie in the Park / Summer Sunset Party: August 1st - Last, but not least, bike valet service will be co-starring with the animated feature, A Bug’s Life. Prizes will be given for best Summer of Fun photos. Get all of the details here.

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Want To Know More About North Natomas? There’s an App for That!

Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby seems to be everywhere at all times, and now, thanks to technology and the release of her new District 1 App, she really is! The app features local news, events, photos, surveys and more. Never miss another important North Natomas community meeting or free event again! Find it, download it, love it.

Google Play Store for Android
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A Voice and Some Paint

Recently, after some urging from residents in the area, fresh paint has been added to the intersection of Duckhorn Drive and Great Egret Way to calm traffic. The project removed an unnecessary left turn only lane, which opened up the road for more continuous bike lanes and shoulder space. The traffic is now going slower making a better situation for cars, bikes, and pedestrians alike.

This initiative was spearheaded by Witter Ranch Community Alliance Board Member, Keith Sharward, "It turned out great and exactly what I had envisioned. It's much safer there now. I walk our greyhound over there all the time and it has made a huge difference."

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Mission Statement:
The North Natomas Transportation Management Association is a nonprofit organization with the mission to foster transportation behaviors that enhance placemaking in our community through advocacy, programs, education, and services.

1918 Del Paso Rd, Ste 100 | Sacramento, CA 95834 | 916-419-9955 | info@nntma.org


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