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July 10, 2011



Very nice!

Also to be considered: more bike and motorcycle parking with signage and perhaps and understanding that bikes and scooters may park in the lots where they do not block traffic or pedestrians, ie, in tne striped-zones of "negative space" in the lots.


Those countdown signals at crosswalks save lives.
Thank you.

pat giorni

These projects originated in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee which consists of Staff, 1 Traffic and 1 Planning Commissioner and voluntary members of the general public. Kudos to Augustine Chou and Jane Gomery for writing and submitting the grant requests. The BPAC meets monthly and the next meeting is July 14, Thursday night from 5:30 to 6:45 at City Hall, Conference Room B (upstairs). Any member of the public is welcome to attend and participate in the "informal" meeting. So join us in working to make B'game a more bike and pedestrian friendly community.

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