Are you frustrated by the changes to the 10th Avenue bikeway? The city is collecting feedback NOW before they review how the initial changes have gone.
Please, PLEASE email email@example.com as soon as you can if you can help amplify the concerns with the stretch surrounding Tennyson.
Here is a sample wording:
Dear 10th Avenue Bikeway Committee,
As a member of the Tennyson community bordering West 10th Avenue between Maple and Cypress, I am writing to express my concerns with the changes to the 10th Avenue bikeway.
The removal of the 4-way stop at the intersection of Maple and 10th puts the hundreds of children who cross that intersection daily at risk. At the very least, a pedestrian crosswalk with a button and flashing lights would help increase safety of children walking to and from school.
Also, the changes to the one way sections need increased signage for motorists who do not understand or choose to ignore the new traffic pattern. And, while we are appreciative of the separated bike lanes, the road markings are not clear and consistent throughout between Maple and Vine.
We care deeply about our children and community, and hope you can quickly make revisions to help keep these kids safe.
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