Walk or Bike More Safely on Grow Ave With Temporary SAFE STREETS Initiative, May 8 - 12
posted about 1 year ago by ElizabethOzimek from Bainbridge Prepares
For four days through traffic will be redirected around Grow Ave., allowing local residents and neighbors to walk and bike safely on the street without much traffic. Residents of the street plus their visitors, and critical services such as delivery trucks will still be able to drive on Grow.
B.I. council formed an ad hoc commitee to lead the Safe Streets initiative. The committee consists of Joe Deets (chair), Kol Medina, Michael Pollock, Squeaky Wheels and Bainbridge Greenways. The committee has recommended a temporary demonstration project on Grow Ave from May 8th-12. If the demonstration project is successful, the council, Squeaky Wheels and Bainbridge Greenways will expand the project to other crowded walking and cycling areas on the island.
For more Information click on the following link: https://www.squeakywheels.org/home/safe-streets/
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