This past Friday, RCSE had a wonderful presentation from the Executive Director of Bike Walk Savannah, Calia Brown.  Before Calia spoke, President Andrew Cosey reminded everyone of the Back to School Breakfast at Haven Elementary on Monday, July 31.  We will be delivering books, supplies, and breakfast to the faculty and staff.  After all Rotary Business items were discussed, Kim Campbell introduced Calia. 
Bike Walk Savannah wants to make biking, walking, and rolling a daily part of our lives.  They work on a number of things in the community to help make that happen such as assisting on trail walks as well as providing bike valet at events.  They also provide maps to create awareness of safer streets.  Calia talked about some of the bike pathways that are in development which included Tide to Town and East Coast Greenway.  Bike Walk Savannah also works to provide bikes to children and adults throughout the community.  
Calia then showed us photos of intersections throughout Savannah.  65% of streets in Savannah lack sidewalks.  She talked about the program Vision Zero which aims to make streets safe for everyone.  Calia also shared information about traffic calming and the process of submitting a traffic calming application to the city.  To learn more about Bike Walk Savannah, please visit