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What is in the Bicycle Master Plan?

PRESENTATION OF DRAFTBICYCLE MASTER PLANMON., NOVEMBER 19, 2012 (5:30 p.m.)Civic Center Library – Reese Hall101 S. First St., Alhambra, CA 91801Will we be able to ride around Alhambra safely on our bicycles in the future? A draft of the City's Bicycle Master Plan will be presented at a City Council Study Session. Please come and provide your feedback!

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    According to Chris Paulson, assistant to the city manager, the DRAFT Bicycle Master Plan will be available by the close of business on Nov. 14 (tomorrow) at: http://www.alhambrabikeplan.com/

  2. Please attend this meeting if you want: 

    1) for you and your family to have a more safe environment to ride your bicycle around the city; and/or

    2) the city to more effectively address bicyclists who fail to follow the rules of the road or who ride on sidewalks; and/or

    3) to address traffic congestion by giving residents of Alhambra and bordering cities an alternative to clogging our streets with cars.

    The City Council needs to see that Alhambrans care, otherwise the bicycle plan may very well be swept under the rug and the city will not spend addititional city resources  on it. A lack of interest would send a message that we do not prioritize bicycling as a viable mode of transportation and would rather see scarce city resources spent on other programs. 

    If you are unable to attend, ask someone to attend on your behalf and send an email to the City Council at: [email protected]. This is the email address http://www.cityofalhambra.org/government/city_council/index.html“>provided by the City.