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"RIDE the Ride, WALK Your Talk, SEE the Art" is a one-day event organized by Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club to be held on September 12, 2015 that encourages people to use RTD to visit Public Art sites around Metro Denver. It is a social and educational event for people concerned about their carbon footprint. The use of public transportation is built into the event. We want to help educate people who are concerned about the environment and do not use public transportation as often as they might to learn how to use it better. Also, automobile drivers sometimes miss the public art viewing that is available to them at no cost. Art can enrich our lives while at the same time it serves many purposes such as getting to know the community, supporting local businesses, providing social experiences for families, friends, and for organizations. We would hope that becoming more familiar with how to use public transportation would make it easier for environmentally concerned individuals to make decisions to use it on a regular basis.The event has been scheduled for Saturday, September 12th from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The kick-off event at Union Station will provide an opportunity to make people familiar with this exciting new transportation hub in downtown Denver. Representatives from RTD will be available to help people learn to use the RTD kiosks, the RTD online trip planner, and RTD Light Rail and bus schedules, and the bus bike rack. Representatives from Denver Arts and Venues will be available to explain the three self-guided loops on the map for the event. People can choose to take the 60 minute, 90 minute, two-hour loop, or any combination. All will involve using public transit in some way. Museum of Outdoor Arts in Englewood will conduct tours. Sierra Club will be on hand along with 350 Colorado and numerous other organizations that want people to use alternative means of transportation.