Author Archives: Greg Raven
Dear AB 1103 supporter, Thank you for your support. More organizations have joined in AB 1103 [AKA Bicycles: yielding] support. The supporters I know about are listed below. If you know of others, please let me know.
On Tuesday, November 28, the Apple Valley Town Council will vote to hire Doug Robertson as the new Town Manager. The good news is that this would dramatically increase the number of cyclists in Apple Valley government from approximately zero … Continue reading
The seemingly endless resurfacing project on Apple Valley Road, has me wondering who the project manager is. My project managing experience comes from being involved with space track stations and major Communication sites. This project has so many loose ends … Continue reading
Children at Mariana Academy, Sandia Academy, and Apple Valley High School will soon find it easier to walk or bike to school thanks to a $3.4 million grant from the California Department of Transportation.
Dear AB 1103 supporter, Thank you for your support. The number of supporting organizations for AB 1103 continues to grow. I’m awaiting confirmation from several additional organizations and continue to seek more support. Here are the current bill supporters I’m … Continue reading
APPLE VALLEY — The air may have been chilly early Saturday morning, but things heated up quickly along the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour routes, says rider Dane Redmond.
CalTrans crews are hard at work “realigning” State Route 138 east (A.K.A. Highway 138, A.K.A. Rim of the World Highway) from 1.9 miles east of Interstate 15 (A.K.A. I-15) to just west of Post Office Road. Apparently, “realignment” is CalTrans-speak … Continue reading
Dear AB 1103 supporter, I intend to update you monthly on what’s happening related to the bill.
The Apple Valley Town Council will be voting at the September 22 council meeting to award a contract to All American Asphalt for the Townwide Class II Bikeway Upgrade – Project No. 2016-03.
APPLE VALLEY — Bicyclists on the road should be a lot safer after the Victor Valley Bicycle Tour donated hundreds bike safety signs to three High Desert municipalities and the county.