Help City, Bike Coalition Design New Billboards Promoting Bicycling

The South Florida Bike Coalition has partnered with the City of Miami to develop a pro-bicycling public service messaging campaign for electronic billboards along I-95 – and we want your help!

Your 'Bicycle More' Message Here!

Why billboards? The City of Miami has the rights to post static Public Service Announcements to the electronic billboards within city limits and we’re excited that they have agreed to work with the South Florida Bike Coalition to make sure transportation equity / bicycle safety is promoted.

Why not submit your idea? It could be seen by thousands of commuters in South Florida – and make a real difference for our community.

The details: We are looking for uncompressed JPGs, color mode RGB with art pixel dimensions of 400h x 1400w or 400h x 840w. If that doesn’t mean anything to you, we still want to see your ideas! Email us (sfbikecoalition@yahoo.com) or Collin Worth (CWorth@miamigov.com) with your digital art! We’ll post submissions here so be sure to subscribe to this blog (enter your e-mail in the upper left hand corner).

Some inspiration:

From the City of Miami 2008 bus shelter campaign

 

More to come…

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About Kathryn Moore / South Florida Bike Coalition

I'm the President of the South Florida Bike Coalition - a 100% volunteer organization of people dedicated to using their skills and experience to effect more, better bicycling from the Keys to Martin County.

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