Checking out the Met Museum on the Central Park Moonlight Ride
Time's Up Art Mural Bike Ride

TIME'S UP! is a New York City-based not-for-profit direct-action environmental group that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable, less toxic city.

TIME'S UP! campaigns support objectives shared globally and locally by people like you. We're community-based and all volunteer. It's easy to participate: JOIN!

Check out our 25th Anniversary Timeline of events and accomplishments.



Have fun while making a difference for the planet by becoming a Time's Up! Volunteer.

Time's Up! is run 100% by volunteers. Everything we do -- from organizing events to maintaining our website, fielding press inquiries and teaching bicycle workshops -- is done by volunteers who commit their time and energy to helping the environment by helping Time's Up!

Time's Up! is currently looking for more volunteers and organizers to help expand our events and campaigns. We have several volunteer positions open, including internships for college credit, Membership Database Manager, Volunteer Coordinator, Fundraising Coordinator and more. For more information or to apply visit the Volunteer Page.


Time's Up! announces a new campaign called Love Your Lane, and all are invited to take part! The Love Your Lanetm campaign is designed to inspire community support for the positive new cycling infrastructure sprouting up all around New York City.

Help us promote respect and utilization of the exciting new green infrastructure and bicycling lanes created by the NYC Department of Transportation.


Time's Up! gets recognition for its years of hard work promoting sustainability in New York City.  Click on the image to watch the video.

Some Assembly Required

A 17-minute documentary about the March 2007 NYC Critical Mass. Shot with more than 30 cameras the film follows the first critical mass bike flash mob held under the new NYC parade permit rules that prohibits citizens from assembling in groups of more than 50 people without getting previous authorizion from the police department.

Click one of the following links to play the video in a popup window in a format supported on your computer. Right-click to "Save As."



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