Tag: park(ing) day 2014
Happy Park(ing) Day!
It’s Park(ing) Day! Hop on your bike, pull up the city’s online map of the day’s micro parks and have fun! See our previous post for more info about the day. We’ll add photos throughout the day, so check back. And share your favorites in the comments below. Here’s the Pronto Cycle Share park at…tagged: park(ing) day 2014
Micro parks and temporary bike lanes will dot the city for Park(ing) Day Friday
Park(ing) Day is not just for little parks anymore. The day started in San Francisco in 2005 and quickly grew worldwide. In essence, people take over a parking space or two for one day and turn it into a tiny park sometimes while paying the meter. In many cities, it is not sanctioned and is…tagged: park(ing) day, park(ing) day 2014
Got a Park(ing) Day idea? City accepting applications this month
For one day in September, Seattle residents and businesses will transform parking spaces around the city into little parks. PARK(ing) Day is an international event for people to be creative and re-imagine the urban space usually reserved for car storage. It is September 19 this year, but you gotta get your application into the city…tagged: park(ing) day, park(ing) day 2014
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