Emeryville Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan Public Workshop #1

From EBBC:

The City of Emeryville invites you to tour the City’s walking and biking amenities and provide input into the update of the City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan. Tours will be hosted by consultants Alta Planning + Design and Fehr & Peers, and will include discussion of bicycle and pedestrian issues at key points around the City. Participation will be limited to 20 people per tour. Both tours start at City Hall.

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