Raquel Mena is a rock star and the instigator of our first clean-up of 2014. While we have been working to keep the LAB I-35 underpass in a reasonably glass and trash free condition since early 2011, Raquel is the first person so far to e-mail me and say that the site is a mess
SXSW Is Gone, And Now So Is The Trash It Left Behind On The LAB Underpass
Today’s cleanup took a bit longer than usual due to the amount of junk scattered across the bikeway and the surrounding area. Everything on the ground has been picked up but we left the posters on the pillars for the memories.
Keeping Austin Beautiful on Nueces and Rio Grande
We are expanding our commitment to keeping major bicycle thoroughfares attractive, accessible, and litter free in Austin through our new two year adoption of Nueces street. The target stretch runs from 5th to MLK (1.0 mile) and is one of two streets that combine to form the Downtown Bike Boulevard. Unlike the LAB underpass adoption,
The Cleaning Continues
We finished our 2nd 2012 clean-up of the Lance Armstrong Bikeway 4th street/I-35 underpass. Gloves, broom, and shovels were brought and the bag of trash was carted away by bike trailer. There was a surprising amount of glass this week, but not anymore!