Downtown San José Public Bikeshare Neighborhood Meeting

From SVBC:

Please join the City of San José as they provide an update on their plans to implement a public bikeshare program in downtown San José.

We welcome your attendance and feedback, as it helps deliver a final product best suited for you and your community!

Agenda:

1. Sign-In
2. Project Overview Review
3. Project Update and Schedule
4. Question and Answer Portion
5. Adjournment

For questions, feel free to contact Jesse T. Quirion:
Phone: 408-975-3299, Email: jesse.quirion@sanjoseca.gov

Follow the project on Twitter: “@SJ_Bikeshare”

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