Bike lanes are all the rage these days in WeHo’s halls of power. Is resistance futile? City Hall is sharing highlights* of the $100,000 study they commissioned to find out whether bike lanes were feasible on Santa Monica Boulevard and Fountain Avenue at the Transportation Commission’s Zoom meeting tonight, and it’s open to the public. Local bicycle advocates are encouraging their community to join the meeting to support the bike lanes. Will residents and renters who’ve voiced their dismay at the bike lane plans make themselves heard, too?
* It’s not clear whether we’ll see the full report or just the “analysis” by City Staff members
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2023
6:30pm ON ZOOM
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TO PARTICIPATE BY PROVIDING AN E-COMMENT
To better facilitate the remote meeting, members of the public who wish to comment on matters before the Transportation Commission are strongly encouraged to email your comments to Danny Casillas at [email protected] no later than 4:00 pm on the Transportation Commission meeting day .
Note: Correspondence received by 4:00 pm will be forwarded to the Transportation Commission and posted on the City’s website as part of the official meeting record.
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Dial in: (669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 812 3718 7291
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