Pleasant Hill Bicycle Plan Public Meeting #2

From EBBC:

Since the first meeting back in September, the City has reviewed public input and conducted field analysis on many of the City arterials, collectors, and local streets. From those information, they have developed a citywide bicycle and pedestrian route network that they believe will address many of the public’s concerns and suggestions. The City will be presenting this network next week during the meeting, as well as various improvement projects that are needed to implement these routes. They will upload updated information for next week’s meeting on the project websitewww.walkandbikepleasanthill.com at the end of this week for your review.

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