Beacon BIKES to hold neighborhood transportation summit Saturday

Beacon BIKES is on a mission to encourage new safe routes for all people moving around on Beacon Hill. They have hired a consultant and the groups hopes the work will influence next year’s revision of the city’s bicycle master plan. Join them Saturday morning for a chance to talk Beacon Hill bike routes and see some of the group’s ideas so far.

From Beacon BIKES:

Beacon BIKES is hosting a neighborhood meeting to discuss exciting ways to improve safety and mobility while walking and biking on Beacon Hill! The event will be held this Saturday, November 20th, from 10am to noon at Beacon Hill International School. Numerous activities are planned, including:

  • Help design safe walking and biking routes for kids, seniors, and families
  • See proposed routes and destinations
  • Meet the planners from ALTA Design, Steve Durrant, RLA and Kim Voros.
  • Bring your kids and learn about bike safety for children

When: Saturday, November 20th, 10am to noon

Where: Beacon Hill International School, 2025 14th Avenue South, Seattle

“But Tom,” you might say, “isn’t that the same time as Cranksgiving?” How observant of you! Well, no worries. If you would like to do both, shoot me an email and we’ll work something out.

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Founder and Editor of Seattle Bike Blog.
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