There were more than 1,200 walk participants in the 2019 Walk Tacoma series, averaging 180 people per walk.

Meet Your Neighbors

Hilltop’s Black-owned Business Tour

Learn about the history of some of Hilltop’s Black-owned businesses that have storied histories and an immeasurable impact on the community and its members. Hear from the business owners themselves about the history of their organizations, their experience in the … Continue reading

Bike to a Business: Tacoma Farmers Market

We’ve partnered with Tacoma Farmers Market (Broadway) to offer you a discount each time you ride your bike to their business — $2 discount token for any booth! All businesses are equipped with bike racks, bike pumps, and an extra … Continue reading

2019 Bike To Work Day

Stretch your legs and dust off your helmet because May 17, 2019 is Bike to Work Day! Bike along Fawcett to Honey at Alma Mater, where we will be serving up hot coffee, free for those who bike. Meet us … Continue reading

Transportation Advocacy Day

We are connecting advocates and community members from across Pierce County who are working on issues of livability, affordability, walking, biking, transit, and more. This event includes: Anti-racism training, Panel discussion of local organizing experts, Networking with local leaders, One-on-one … Continue reading

Walk Tacoma: Brewery Walk

Learn about Tacoma’s historic Brewery District, visit one of the local breweries, and find out why Tacoma has been a draw for brewers on Downtown On the Go’s Walk Tacoma Brewery Walk, Wednesday, May 1 from 5:15 – 6:30 p.m. Continue reading

Live Downtown Program Grows

In partnership with MultiCare Health System, our Live Downtown program welcomed Bonnie Windsor of Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical Center to Tacoma to hear about her Live Close to Work program. More than 30 downtown leaders gathered to learn from Bonnie’s … Continue reading

Meet Jeff

Weather doesn’t define your commute! Continue reading

Meet Tobin

Tobin walks & bikes to broaden his scope, be in his community and see some trees. Continue reading

Meet Alaria

Walk the route [so] you have an idea of how much time you’ll need to allow (and whether or not you need to wear sneakers and bring your high heels in a backpack like I do). Continue reading

Meet Wesley

Wesley says it’s great to live, shop, work and play downtown and has an incredible sunrise view of the Port and Mt. Rainier. Continue reading