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Walk to Work Day
April 7, 2016 @ 8:00 am
Join the movement on Thursday, April 7 – walking at least 15 minutes of your commute counts! Start your healthy walking habit and get rewarded at one of the Walk to Work Day “hubs” across the city. Stop by for a FREE Clipper Card, totes, coffee, or breakfast snack, and much more!
- Start Today: Register to receive a FREE Employer Toolkit with poster, postcards, tip sheet and more (when available).
- Blog Your Commute: Complete a walker profile and share your story.
- Win Prizes: Enter the “Longest Commute,” “Most Interesting Sight,” and “Best Shoe Bling” contests; to compete and win — use the hashtag #Walk2Work!
Follow Walk SF on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or sign up for our enewsletter for updates. When you do, you can enter to win one of the random drawing giveaways. Be a part of this fun and festive day of encouragement celebrating the most healthy, sustainable form of transportation: walking. Special Thanks to 2016 sponsors:
When: This event begins on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 at 7:30am Pacific Time and runs until 10:30am – Rain or shine (start and end times vary, check Hub map below for specific Hub schedules).
The following elected officials and agency leaders have confirmed they will walking (check Hub map for District Supervisor meet-up locations/times):
District 1, Supervisor Eric Mar
District 3, Supervisor Aaron Peskin
District 5, Supervisor London Breed
District 6, Supervisor Jane Kim
District 7, Supervisor Norman Yee
District 8, Supervisor Scott Wiener
District 9, Supervisor David Campos
San Francisco County Transportation Department, Tilly Chang
San Francisco Department of the Environment, Debbie Raphael
San Francisco Fire Department, Chief Joanna Hayes White
San Francisco District Attorney, George Gasçon
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Ed Reiskin
San Francisco Police Department, Chief Greg Suhr
San Francisco Public Works, Mohammed Nuru
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What to bring: Friends, your best shoe bling, your eye for interesting sights and a smart phone to share pictures and posts with the #Walk2Work hashtag.