Emeryville Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Monthly Meeting

From EBBC:

The BPAC will be discussing the updates to the Pedestrian Plan and the Bicycle Plan. There is much work to do and your volunteer help and input is really appreciated. Open to the public.

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