In One Less Cars Winter 2005 News Letter
Of all the unique individuals that I have met through the exceptional sport of cycling, Tom Bruni is a standout. hile many knew Tom as
We are devoting or January 10th meting to a better understanding of the elements of the Columbia Downtown Master plan that will have far-reaching implications not only for Columbia and Howard County but the whole region. The session will particularly focus on transit and pedestrian connectivity issues., the two most frequently cited priorities mentioned by the charrette participants.
who stopped at the local red light.
The light never turned
but the Law he can't spurn,
so he sits there to this very night
- Chris (on BBC Talk)
Thank you for participating in the Harford County Bicyclist Survey. More than 200 cyclists replied, a fantastic number of responses. We are currently compiling and analyzing the data. We expect to complete this over the next two months. Afterward we will make the information available and hold a presentation for feedback. We will keep you up to date on the process as it unfolds.
The Draft Eastern County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan was developed by an advisory Action Committee composed of local citizens, elected officials and government staff. Taking input from citizens who live, work and play in the area, the Action Committee's plan identifies future pedestrian and bicycle improvements. The plan, which covers the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Council Districts, is the first phase of what will eventually be a County-wide plan.
Pathways Plan Web Site Is Up & Running
Regional Transportation Board
BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY GROUP
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2005
- UPDATES FROM STATE AND LOCAL JURISDICTIONS
- WRAP ON WALKABLE WORKSHOP SERIES
- DISCUSSION ON TIP REVIEW
(Note posting of minuets is two months behind do to the approval process.)