Send Us Your Questions for City Council Transportation Committee Chair Mike Bonin

Next Tuesday morning, I’ll be joining Mike Bonin for a bus ride from the Westside to City Hall for Streetsblog’s first interview with the new City Council Transportation Committee Chair. If you have any questions you’d like us to ask him, leave them in the comments section and we’ll work them in.

We have to give Bonin some credit here for his transit bonafides, not only did he tweet his bus ride to work (something he does regularly), but he managed to turn it into a press story. Good work.

But wait, there’s mote. Streetsblog filmed videos with each of the last two Transportation Committee Chairs (Wendy on a train, Bill on a bike) and aim to do so again. What video do you want us to propose to do with Mike? Maybe we can get him to agree to it on tape next week? Let’s think of something fun…

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