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City of Malibu Bike Route Improvement Meeting

9:23 AM PDT on May 22, 2012

WHEN

Wednesday, May 23rd 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

WHERE

Malibu City Hall

Multi-Purpose Room 23825 Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, CA 90265

WHAT

The City of Malibu is working on the design for the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) Bike Route Improvements Project. The objective of this project is to improve the existing bike route and promote safety for all modes of travel between the western city limit and Busch Drive.

You are invited to join us for a progress meeting on the PCH Bike Route Improvements Project. After receiving insightful community input from two public workshops and conducting a critical analysis of PCH, creative solutions are being developed to address issues pertaining to cycling throughout the study corridor. The meeting will provide an informational overview of feasible options and preliminary design strategies that will improve safety and functionality along PCH.

QUESTIONS?

If you have questions or can’t make the progress meeting and would like to learn about more ways to participate, please contact Project Manager, Elizabeth Shavelson.

Elizabeth Shavelson
Public Works Analyst, City of Malibu (310) 456-2489 x 254 eshavelson@malibucity.org

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