Mary Avenue Street Space Allocation Study

From SVBC:

The City of Sunnyvale will hold the second Public Workshop for the Mary Avenue Street Space Allocation Study.

http://sunnyvale.ca.gov/Departments/PublicWorks/PublicWorksHotTopics/Mar…

The Study is examining ways to accommodate bicycles on Mary Avenue between Fremont and Maude Avenues.

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