Diridon Station Community Meeting

From SVBC:

Please join Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and Greenbelt Alliance for a community meeting on the Diridon Station Area (pdf) planning effort.

Why: The San José City Council will receive an update on Diridon Station, including the work of the Good Neighbor Committee, on Jan. 25th – let’s be ready to speak up for what is needed at Diridon.

Please join the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, Greenbelt Alliance, and residents of the Diridon area to discuss shared goals for the future of this transit hub. Carlos Babcock of SVBC will give a presentation on how Diridon can become a bicycling Mecca as well as lessons learned from Portland and San Diego.

We hope you can join us! This is your community and we need your voice to be heard by the City Council!

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