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Santa Monica Pedestrian Action Plan

9:02 PM PST on January 26, 2013

Please join the City of Santa Monica for a COMMUNITY WORKSHOP to explore ways to make walking safe and enjoyable for everyone, everywhere in Santa Monica. To make this happen, the City of Santa Monica needs your help.

Monday, January 28, 2013 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Civic Center, East Wing
1855 Main Street, Santa Monica

All of your trips include walking, even if at the start or end of a car, bike, or bus trip. Everybody in Santa Monica walks. Please join us on January 28th to discuss:
What Santa Monica can do to improve pedestrian safety and comfort, and encourage people to walk in Santa Monica;
How walking can create independence for youth and seniors;
Improving health of residents by walking.

Your input is needed to shape the Pedestrian Action Plan.  If you can't come to the workshop, follow the planning process at any time and share your ideas for making walking safe and enjoyable for everyone in Santa Monica at:

RSVP to ensure accurate accommodations to or 310.458.8341.

Big Blue Bus Lines 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, and 9 serve the Civic Center. Bike and car parking will be available.

To request disability related accommodations, please contact 310.458.8341.

Esto es una noticia sobre talleres para planear el futuro de Santa Monica. Para mas información llame a Peter James at numero 310.458.8341.

Contact: Beth Rolandson or Francie Stefan
City of Santa Monica, Strategic & Transportation Planning Division
Phone: 310.458.8341.

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