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Staff report; New outreach coordinator has been hired. Lindsay and Emma went to DC for Bike Summit where they helped to lobby/advocate for Vision Zero and bike funding to be included in upcoming transportation bill before Congress. Comment?
An agenda posted today by the Bay Area's Metropolitan Transportation Commission for an upcoming meeting included an item that bicycle advocates around the region are celebrating: a proposal to dramatically expand the Bay Area Bike Share program by adding as many as 7,000 bikes by the end of 2017. The Bay Area Bike Share program, which launched in August 2013, provides a fleet of bicycles for affordable, easy short-term rentals from secure docking stations 24 hours a day. Comment?
Last night, the Redwood City City Council unanimously passed both the formation of a Complete Streets Committee, which will replace the informal RWC Working Group that we've organized, and the pilot lane reduction on Farm Hill boulevard from four to three lanes to calm traffic and encourage lower speeds on that road . The Complete Streets Advisory Committee will be made up of at least 5 members who live or work in RWC with no more than one member from RWC's sphere of influence . Comment?
The fourth annual Silicon Valley Bike Summit was a success! One hundred forty people packed the Cultural Arts Hall at the Jewish Community Center in Palo Alto to learn and be inspired to act from a day of presentations and panel discussions. Mark Fenton, national public health, planning, and transportation consultant, jump started the day with an invigorating keynote about our nation's inactivity crisis, and how better-planned cities can help get people active. Comment?
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