Berkeley Bike Plan Update Kickoff Open House

 

From Bike East Bay:

Berkeley Bike Plan Public Meeting at the Downtown Berkeley Public Library Community Room, Monday April 27 from 4:30 to 7:30. The meeting will be an open house format, with stations for various topics that attendees can visit to provide input.

This is your first opportunity to come give Berkeley Public Works staff and consultants from Alta Planning your ideas of how to make Berkeley a more bikeable town, and specifically what needs to be done to improve your commute and get your family, friends and neighbors bicycling more.

Please feel free to print the flyer for the Kickoff Open House and post it in your neighborhood

Berkeley Bikeways Campaign Page

To make Berkeley’s Bike Plan the best in Americe, we are going to need more members who live and work in Berkeley. Your support and involvement provides the political clout needed to help decisionmakers make tough choices that improve your bicycling experience.

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