|Chapter 5||Education: Education is a key component to achieving the Bike 2015 Plan's goals to increase the number of trips by bicycle and improve the safety of the bicycling environment. Many people think that bicycling in Chicago is dangerous. This concern keeps people from bicycling more, or at all. A key way to address this concern is through education, particularly through the six objectives identified in this chapter.|
|Objective 5||Produce and distribute bicycle education material.|
Arrange for bicycle information to be reprinted and/or distributed by partner agencies, utility companies, and the private sector.
Examples include private sector printing of the Chicago Bike Map, inserts with utility bills, universities printing their campus bike map, identifying trail locations on the CTA's Bus and Rail Map, and distributing publications to local bike stores.
|Peformance Measure||Continue distributing publications to bicycle stores. Develop 3-5 distribution partnerships in 2006.|
|Tracker Notes||Bike maps are annually mailed to bike shops. I'm not aware of any distribution partnerships.|
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