The 2022 Legislative session begins January 10th. You can follow all the updates and track our progress here.
State lawmakers moved forward several bills this session addressing distracted driving and fatal crash penalties for bicyclists. This week was a flurry of activity regarding the legislative priorities of the
-> Continue reading State Lawmakers Move Forward with Distracted Driving and Fatal Crash Penalty Bills
The League of American Bicyclists recently recognized more than 1,400 businesses across the country that are contributing to the movement to build a more bicycle-friendly America. RDG Planning & Design
-> Continue reading RDG Planning & Design named a Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists
An Iowa House subcommittee advanced a bill (HF392) that would require motorists to use cell phones in hands-free or voice-activated mode while driving. This bill was introduced last year and
-> Continue reading HF392 Requiring Hands-Free Cell Phone Mode While Driving Passes Iowa House Committee
The Iowa Department of Transportation is proposing to reconstruct Iowa 3, from just south of Co Rd C9Y in Sageville to 0.7 mile north of Boy Scout Rd, in Dubuque
-> Continue reading PROPOSED IOWA 3 PROJECT IMPACTING THE HERITAGE TRAIL IN DUBUQUE COUNTY
Legislative UpdateThe 2022 Iowa Legislative SessionWeek of January 17, 2022This Week in the Iowa Legislature The week started slow with the Legislature having Monday off for MLK Day, but both
-> Continue reading Advocacy Strategies Week 2 Legislative Update
Sen. Dan Dawson (R-Pottawattamie) spoke last week at the opening meeting of the Senate Ways and Means committee. He outlined his priorities for the upcoming Senate tax bill that has
-> Continue reading Senate Ways & Means Leader Promises to Fund IWILL in Senate Tax Bill
From the Sioux City Journal: Construction of the 16-mile trail connecting Sioux City to Le Mars has begun. Organizers formally broke ground Tuesday on the PlyWood Trail. Ryan Meyer, chair
-> Continue reading Construction begins on Plywood Trail Connection LeMars and Sioux City
A disposal truck became lodged under the Cedar Valley Nature Trail bridge on Thursday. The garbage truck, owned by ABC Disposal, was heading east on Fishel Road when it became
-> Continue reading Cedar Valley Nature Trail Closed After Garbage Truck Hits Bridge
Mark Wyatt, executive director of the Iowa Bicycle Coalition was pleased to join the Iowa Travel Industry Partners association in gathering with statewide partners for Tourism Legislative Night with Iowa’s
-> Continue reading IOWA’S TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY SHARES IMPACT OF TOURISM WITH ELECTED OFFICIALS
The Iowa Bicycle Coalition is gauging interest in potentially hosting an LCI class on June 10-12, 2022 in Iowa City. One of the criteria for hosting an LCI class is
-> Continue reading Seeking candidates for LCI Course On June 10-12 in Iowa City
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