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Biking to Work with Jasmine Chan

May 19, 2022
Pedaling The Pueblo
Biking to Work with Jasmine Chan
Jasmine Chan, staff from the City of Tucson who oversees the Parks and Connections Bond Program (Proposition 407) shares about her bike to work experience during the monthly challenge. An experienced person who uses multiple transportation modes, she bikes to the bus stop to ride downtown where she works and then returns to her home by bicycle. Jasmine Chan shares tips and tricks and the mental health benefits she experiences from transitioning out of the work day.
Photo credit: Kathleen Dreier
May 16-20 was National Bike to Work Week. (There is a national challenge where commuters can log their rides.) City of Tucson Bike & Ped has been spotlighting staff who commute, encouraging participation and sharing stories of the different kinds of people who get around on bikes.

Pedaling the Pueblo is created by Living Streets Alliance and underwritten by the City of Tucson. We present you a mini-program and podcast connecting you to bicycle events and updates in Tucson. We invite city professionals, grassroots organizers, and storytellers to share what they’re working on, what’s exciting in the bicycling ecosystem, and how more people can ditch their cars for better, more equitable biking experiences.

We want to talk about what’s fresh and relevant in Tucson, so if you have a question or topic you’d like to hear covered, email us at [email protected]. You can also reach out to us on our Facebook page.


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