Cycling Safety Ordinance Community Information Session

Location

Zoom

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Neighborhoods

  • Agassiz
  • Cambridge Highlands
  • Cambridgeport
  • City Wide
  • East Cambridge
  • Area 2/MIT
  • Mid-Cambridge
  • Neighborhood Nine
  • North Cambridge
  • Riverside
  • Strawberry Hill
  • The Port
  • Wellington-Harrington
  • West Cambridge

Contact

Najah Casimir
tpt@cambridgema.gov
617-349-4359

Description

This information session is an opportunity for community members to learn more about the amendments to the Cycling Safety Ordinance, which the Cambridge City Council passed in October of 2020. The Ordinance sets ambitious requirements for the installation of 25 miles of separated bike lanes across the entire city within the next five to seven years. Separated bike lanes create space that is physically separated from vehicle traffic, which improves safety and comfort for people biking.

We will also provide a short overview of related plans, including Vision Zero, Complete Streets, the Cambridge Bicycle Plan, and the Five-Year Plan for Sidewalk and Street Reconstruction.

Ask a Question

You may submit a question in advance or ask a question during the webinar via Zoom’s Question and Answer feature. We will answer questions submitted in advance first. We will not take questions via phone during the webinar.

Join the Webinar

On the day of the webinar, you can join by clicking this link or by entering the Meeting ID 860 1987 7785 directly into Zoom. If you would like to listen by phone, call 929-436-2866 and enter Meeting ID 860 1987 7785.

Accessibility Information

This webinar will be recorded and posted online after approximately two weeks with closed captioning. People with disabilities may request live captioning (CART) or any other reasonable accommodation. Contact Najah Casimir at ncasimir@cambridgema.gov, 617-349-4359 (voice), or via relay at 711. The City of Cambridge does not discriminate, including on the basis of disability. We may provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative formats, and reasonable modifications in policies and procedures to people with disabilities.

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