San Jose 10th &11th Street Bike Lane Improvement Project Meeting

From SVBC:

If you live, work, or ride your bike in downtown San José, attend this neighborhood meeting to learn about a new streetscape project that will transform 10th and 11th Streets into calmer, more bike-able thoroughfares, with class II bike routes running all the way from Keyes to Hedding. In addition to a project summary, city staff will be on hand to answer your questions.

Agenda:
1. Sign In
2. Project Overview Review
3. Project Update and Schedule
4. Question and Answer Portion
5. Adjournment

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