Berkeley Bicycle Subcommittee Meeting: Green Bike Lanes on Hearst Ave

Agenda [pdf]

From ebbc.org:

Green bike lanes on Hearst Avenue on the agenda
city of berkeley logoThe Bicycle Subcommittee of the Berkeley Transportation Commission will conduct a workshop concerning the Hearst Corridor Study, which focuses on pedestrian, bicycle, transit and traffic safety improvements on Hearst Avenue between Shattuck Avenue and Gayley/La Loma along the north side of the UC Berkeley campus. A brief presentation will be followed by Q&A and public comment. We are also talking bike parking, on-street bike parking corrals, new bike parking designs for commercial buildings, and great examples of indoor bike parking. Join us!

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