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Share your Feedback on Key Aspects of the 2020 Cambridge Bicycle Plan Update

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The City of Cambridge is seeking community input on key aspects of the 2020 Cambridge Bicycle Plan update and on biking in Cambridge. The Cambridge Bicycle Plan includes more than infrastructure. The plan informs a series of policies and programs that help towards the goal of ensuring that people of all ages and abilities can bike safely and comfortably throughout Cambridge.

Feedback is requested in the following areas:

  • The proposal for additions to the Bicycle Network Vision; the original Network Vision was published as a part of the 2015 Cambridge Bicycle Plan;
  • A draft of a Prioritization Process for determining the order in which quick-build projects are implemented;
  • Biking in Cambridge - we are interested in collecting stories to share as a part of the 2020 Bicycle Plan Update;
  • Your biking needs.

All of the feedback collected through this process will be used to inform the next version of the Cambridge Bicycle Plan, which will be published in the near future. Like the 2015 Bicycle Plan, the updated Bicycle Plan will be used to guide work for years to come.

Please submit feedback by October 10, 2020.

The survey and feedback sessions are located toward the bottom of the Cambridge Bicycle Plan 2020 at: Cambridgema.gov/bike-plan-2020.

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