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- FAX: 215.997.9101
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Please join us, along with UNIVEST - Banking, Insurance, Investments, on Saturday, April 23 at 10:00am for the 4th Annual Pedaling on the Parkway!
This popular community bike ride along the scenic Route 202 Parkway is perfect for the casual cyclist or more experienced riders with its 6-mile, 15-mile and new 19-mile loop options. Highlights include:
--FREE bike tune-ups
--practice mounting your bike on an actual SEPTA bus
--drop off old bikes for Bike and Sol to refurbish and provide to low-income young adults
--purchased deeply discounted bike helmets
Entries: $10 kids 12 and under or $20 for 13 and older. Families of four save with a $50 pass. Location is the Park & Ride Lot in Montgomeryville at the intersection of Routes 202 & 309.
Please register online at http://bit.ly/1vcJVaV or call us at 215-997-9100. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
PennDOT announced this week Orvilla Road Bridge in Hatfield Township is scheduled to re-open in Spring 2016.
Built in 1874, the span was closed in March 2015 due to severe structural deterioration leaving more than 7,200 daily riders to find alternate routes. A $976,058 rehabilitation project will bring reinforced concrete, a resurfaced roadway, new guiderails, signs and pavement markings.
The project is being financed with 100% state funding.
The Collaborative for Health and Human Services is currently accepting applications for its new Volunteer Drivers Club. The program, designed by The Partnership TMA, will service residents who live in the Souderton, North Penn and Wissahickon school districts and need a one-time roundtrip ride to a medical appointment or grocery store.
If you or someone you know has 1-2 hours a month to donate, please consider signing up as a volunteer driver to help seniors and others without any other form of transportation.
For more information, please contact The Partnership TMA at 1-866-507-4857 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Partnership Transportation Management Association of Montgomery County (PTMA) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that collaborates with public and private sector partners to ease traffic congestion, enhance transportation options, educate and engage the community on the issues of land use, the environment and healthy lifestyles.
The PTMA receives funding from a variety of sources including PennDOT, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, membership dues, in-kind contributions and payment for services rendered.