City extends deadline for its public survey on pedestrian and bicycle safety

View up Magnolia Ave. of construction fencing and affected parking.

Piedmont is updating the city’s 2014 Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan and has extended the goal for a public survey to Jan. 3.

The update project, dubbed Piedmont Safer Streets, seeks to add traffic safety to the plan.

Discussion at a Dec. 9 workshop included existing traffic, traffic-calming measures, on-street parking, non-construction related activities, improvements at key intersections and bicycle infrastructure installed to date.

The survey is online at bit.ly/PSS_survey.

A Piedmont map to comment and “pin” areas for further study is at bit.ly/PSS_map.

To register for updates and announcements visit www.piedmontsaferstreets.org.

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