Bicycle tour of the future Park Blvd Bicycle Boulevard in Palo Alto

From SVBC:

Join Palo Alto Mayor Sid Espinosa, City Manager James Keene, city council members, and city planning staff for a bicycle tour of the future Park Blvd Bicycle Boulevard in Palo Alto.

If constructed, this would be the 2nd Bicycle Boulevard in Palo Alto (after Bryant St) and would extend from Palo Alto High School to the Mountain View border. Come see first hand what’s in store for the Palo Alto’s next Bicycle Boulevard and discuss other potential improvement priorities with decision-makers, city staff, and consultants.

The bicycle tour will be followed by a City Council work session on Palo Alto’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan at 6pm.

For more info, see http://www.cityofpaloalto.org/civica/filebank/blobdload.asp?BlobID=27001

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