January 28, 2014 - 8:00pm
UPDATE: We just learned that our item on the city council agenda has been moved back to 8:30pm, so unless you just really like council meetings there’s no need to show up until about then.***
On Tuesday, January 28th the Richmond BPAC and EBBC will be bringing a bicycle safety study session to City Council. If you live and/or bike in Richmond, please join us at this meeting to support greater funding for bikeways and more car-to-bike-lane conversion projects like the ones recently completed on S 23rd Street and Barrett Ave. We will also be getting the word out about our 2014 series of free bicycle education classes and rec rides in Richmond, funded by Kaiser Permanente.
Where: 440 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond (near the Richmond Auditorium, City Hall, and Richmond Main Branch of the Library). The chambers are in the former Hall of Justice building.
In addition, the Richmond BPAC will be presenting to City Council their 2014 implementation recommendations for the Bicycle Master Plan. If you are unable to attend, please call or email your councilmember ahead of the meeting endorsing the BPAC’s recommendations and asking them to support these projects. Click here for councilmember contact information. The letter is copied below for your convenience.