The forum will get under way at 6 p.m., wrapping up around 8. We will have a lively discussion, and everyone’s ideas and notes will be sent to the city to inform the Road Safety Summit. After collecting comments, the city will hold a final meeting at City Hall at 6 p.m. December 12 to discuss what they heard and what action items have come out of the process.
If you can’t make it to the Bike Works forum, you have two other chances this week: November 15 at Northgate Community Center and November 21 at Southwest Community Center (both from 6-8 p.m.). You can also submit your thoughts online until November 23.
The forum is a chance for people who use all modes of transportation in our city to get together and talk about how we can make our streets safer.
Bike Works is just down the street from the Columbia City light rail station:
News of a scary, fiery car wreck on Lake City Way Sunday will certainly be fresh on our minds this evening. Two people died and several were injured in the collision in North Seattle in which an SUV violently struck a Hyundai from behind at a stop light.
Condolences to the everyone involved and the friends and family of those killed.