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A Beautiful Day

August 4th, 2022.   Today, over 100 people will visit the Free Cycles community bicycle shop... just like yesterday, and all summer long. Free Cycles is a program of MIST, even though Free Cycles started up several months before MIST was born, back in 1996. 'What good is a community bicycle shop if the city is not safe to bike in'? 'What good is a city if you cannot walk safely'? 'How does transit, motor vehicles, land use design and sustainability come together to make for a healthy place to live'? These were the types of questions that lead to the formation of MIST, just on the heels of the Free Cycles start up endeavor. 26 years later- a marathon of time- and the synergy of the two efforts is still humming and buzzing with effective results.  Let's ride, let's walk, let's share public mobility... and when we drive (if we must) let's be mindful, safe and aim for a healthier environment. We have a long way to go. Missoula can do it, by learning from others and by sharing lessons along the way. It's a beautiful day, enjoy. -Bob Giordano, Director, Free Cycles, MIST

Sustainable Transportation wams up in Missoula
April, 2022: Lots of projects happening in Missoula. Higgins is finally being redesigned- go to engage missoula to submit comments. It looks like Higgins will undergo a 4 to 3 lane conversion and gain protected bike lanes (AKA cycle tracks). Front and Main are in design process, with the leading option to convert both streets back to two way traffic. Protected bike lanes will be a part of the project; however, only one side of each street has a protected bike lane at this stage of project development. We are deciding whether to support or oppose the current design. Transit oriented development is being designed into the Brooks corridor. While roundabouts will be built this summer on Mullan, at both George Elmer and Mary Jane, the design is one of the worst we've ever seen. More bike lanes, trails and sidewalks will be built this summer throughout town. Lastly, the 'road diet' on both S. 5th and S. 6th seem to be working extremel well.  Crashes have mostly gone away, and the walk, bike, drive and transit systems now operate with greater safety, efficiency and livability. Thanks for the interest!
Moving Forward
December 2021: Exciting and challenging times all at once. At MIST and Free Cycles we have a lot of gratitude for community, health and people working together. The Free Cycles community bike shop recently finished a busy season of outside work, now transitioning back inside for the winter. MIST is focused, as always, on community engagement and education surrounding our individual and collective movement.  Infrastructure sorely needs changing, to make all citizens feel inclusive. Opportunity arises, very soon...  the Higgins cooridor, from Brooks to Broadway, has design options being created right now, with more public engagement coming in early 2022. The same can be said for Front St. and Main St, in the heart of Missoula. Our analysis shows that single lanes for motor traffic in each direction with protected bike ways is a very good option, for safety and flow for all. Stay involved, be in touch, and let's make a sustainable transportation system in Missoula, Montana!   
community movement
Summer, 2021:  The community of Missoula is full of dedicated people and organizations working to make the world a better place.  The work seems to be paying off, as we move towards a more sustainable community. Walking, biking and public transit play strong roles in health and sustainability. Free Cycles and MIST are honored to help out in any way we can. Want to be involved? Come see us at the Free Cycles community bicycle shop. Thank you! more at freecycles.org
Healthy and Prosperous Transportation

February 2021:  The need and awareness for sustainable transportation continues to grow here in Missoula, Montana, as well as most other places on the planet!  Save for isolated places of small tribes of people where walking and running are still the main and only methods to move about, the rest of the planet is coming to terms with community and mobility. While we'd be one of the first to extoll the amazing virtues of the humble automobile, we'd likewise readily admit the challenges- and dangers- of relying too much on passive movement. MIST, and our affiliate Free Cycles program, are all about active transportation! 

Growing the bike, walk transit network

Summer 2020:  As cities face the Corona virus wave of change, it seems that essential transportation networks need growth and attention. Walking, biking and public transit tend to be forms of sustainable transportation. Public transit, however, has the challenge of people being in close proximity and sharing a ride. Walking and cycling are very social forms of transport also, yet precautions and adjustments can be made in order to help slow the spread of disease during a global pandemic.

Cities everywhere have a duty to grow the infrastructure for safe and enjoyable walking, biking and transit. Citizens everywhere have an even greater duty to ensure that this growth happens. Working together as community is a powerful tool for positive change. Thank you for your interest. Sincerely, Bob Giordano, Director, MIST, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Planting Seeds for 2020
December, 2019:  This has been a good year for sustainable transportation in Missoula, Montana. The biggest change was finally getting wide, buffered bike lanes on both S. 5th and S. 6th Street, from Higgins to Russell. This project generally helps car flow, pedestrian crossings and bike flow. From 2007 to 2014 there were 277 car crashes on these sections of streets. Most people agreed something needed to be done. The resulting project was worked on primarily by MIST and the surrounding neighborhood councils. This one street project will help be a catalyst for more change: we are now focusing on the Hip Strip, the Higgins Bridge and the downtown area for better walking and biking. When we say 'better' we generally mean safer and more accessible. For far too long the transportation industry has focused on moving more cars at higher speeds. This trend is changing to include walking, biking and transit and we are happy to be a part of the process. Sincerely, -Bob Giordano, Director, MIST, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
2019 blooming
After a long, cold, snowy, wonderful winter, activity is once again on the up swing at Free Cycles and MIST. More and more kids and adults are making free bicycles to pedal around Missoula. We're looking at some new long term campaigns to increase city transportation health and the Free Cycles and MIST property continues to thrive. As always, we welcome community involvement... Stay in touch! -Bob Giordano, Director, MIST, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
2018 Excitement
November 2018: Sustainable transportation remains healthy and vibrant in Missoula. New bike lanes and trails are being planned, new roundabouts have opened and transit continues to improve. We've been busy all year and look forward to strong planning and advocacy over the winter. Free Cycles community bike shop has hummed and been a beacon of activity. Getting more people on bikes and making biking more accessible is a critical part of our mission. More walking, transit and improving the driving system with safety and flow are other parts of what we do. Drop a note to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you'd like to be involved. Thanks! -Bob Giordano, Director, MIST
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