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City Presenting First Look At Pedestrian And Bicycle Plan

For Immediate Release September 30, 2011

Sarah Clark Stuart, Campaign Director 

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West Philadelphia and Northeast Residents
Get First Look At City's Pedestrian And Bicycle Plan
City Planning Commission Holding Open Houses To Present Plan 

SEPTEMBER 30, 2011.  PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA.  The Philadelphia City Planning Commission is holding several Open Houses in October to present draft findings from the second phase of its Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan.  This will be residents' first opportunity to learn what changes to pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure the City is planning in West, Southwest, and Northeast Philadelphia.


The City is presenting its plans for West Philadelphia with open houses on October 11th and 12th:


Tuesday, October 11
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Myers Recreation Center
5803 Kingsessing Ave

Wed, October 12
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Fisher Fine Arts Library
Apse, 4th floor
220 South 34th Street   


Plans for Northeast Philadelphia will be presented during two open houses on October 25th and 26th:


Tuesday, October 25
6:00 - 8:00 PM
CORA Services, Inc
8540 Verree Road

Wednesday, October 26
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Juniata Park Older Adult Center
1251 E. Sedgley Ave


The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has been calling for the City to improve bicycling infrastructure to accommodate rapidly rising demand.  The Bicycle Coalition is encouraging its members and interested residents to take advantage of this chance to give the City feedback on its efforts to make Philadelphia a friendlier city for pedestrians and bicyclists.



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