Jun 3, 2009

Town Hall #3: A Pedestrian- and Bicycle-Friendly Dayton

Just and FYI to anyone interested.

Town Hall #3: A Pedestrian- and Bicycle-Friendly Dayton. Learn what the City of Dayton is doing to more effectively balance the needs of pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists.

As the historic center of our region, Dayton's inner core was originally designed not for cars, but for pedestrians, bicyclists, horses, and streetcars. As Americans are now increasingly choosing communities known for walk ability and bicycle amenities, this can give older center cities an advantage. We invite you to share your thoughts on how to capitalize on and enhance our alternative transportation assets. Planners and engineers will also discuss current projects and plans for benchmarking Dayton's progress towards achieving Bicycle-Friendly Community status through the League of American Bicyclists.

Saturday, June 27, 2009
Dayton Convention Center, 3rd Floor
22 East Fifth Street in Downtown Dayton

Free: No admission fee required. Parking passes will be provided for the adjoining Transportation Center Parking Garage.

Please RSVP to 333-3863 or daytonbeautiful@cityofdayton.org
More info can be found here. City of dayton.org