Caltrans Bike and Pedestrian Plan Meeting Update (Tomorrow)

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Because of local flooding and evacuations in San Jose, Caltrans has canceled the in-person element of its first meeting on the draft California Bike and Pedestrian Plan. See Streetsblog coverage of the draft plan here.

The online portion of the meeting will still take place at its originally scheduled time, however. And there are still several other meetings planned to hear your feedback. Details below.

TOMORROW

  • Thursday, February 23, 10 a.m. to noon. Webinar only
    Phone: 888-921-7813
    Phone code: 2664478
    URL: https://join.me/CABikeandPed

NEXT WEEK

  • Monday, February 27, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Fresno
    Caltrans District 6 Office, Yosemite Room
    2015 E. Shields, Suite A-100
  • Also by webinar:
    Phone: 888-921-7813
    Phone code: 9110031
    URL: https://join.me/CABikeandPed
  • Wednesday, March 1, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Webinar only
    Phone: 888-921-7813
    Phone code: 8523930
    URL: https://join.me/CABikeandPed

FOLLOWING WEEK

  • Monday, March 6, 10 a.m. to noon in Santa Ana
    Caltrans District 12 Office, Room 104
1750 E. 4th Street
  • Also by webinar:
    Phone: 888-921-7813
    Phone code: 2664478
    URL: https://join.me/CABikeandPed

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