Community Workshop with the West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee

From EBBC:

LET’S MAKE TRANSIT EASIER IN WEST COUNTY!

The West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee (WCCTAC) is hosting three community workshops to discuss ways to improve access to public transit in West County. Come hear about proposed improvements and provide your feedback. The workshops will cover:

— Conditions around West County BART stations and other transit hubs
— Pedestrian and bicycle needs
— Parking
— Employer shuttles and other ways to promote alternatives to driving
— Signage

WCCTAC wants to hear your ideas and priorities. To get involved:

— Attend a workshop (see below for all dates and locations)
— Find out what improvements are being proposed: www.wcAccessTransit.com
— Fill out a survey: http://surveymonkey.com/s/wcAccessTransit
— Email your comments and suggestions: feedback@wcAccessTransit.com

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