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Tell the Mayor That You Want Better Transportation

11:37 AM PST on December 22, 2008

Mayor Villaraigosa wants to hear from you!

The Mayor's Office just released their annual survey to help them create their budget priorities for the next fiscal year, giving all transportation activists another chance to let our elected leaders know how we feel.  Of particular interest to Streetsbloggers, the last one-third of the survey has to do with transportation including questions about the importance of bike lanes and pedestrian safety projects in improving transportation flow.  I just filled out the survey myself, and the transportation questions are at the back.  So, once you're done writing a letter to your Congressman,  take another moment to tell the Mayor how you feel.

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