The North Side Community Area map was marked up with
comments and stickers at last weekend's Open House event.
.(Photo credit: Flickr user trapgosh)
Did you drop by the Streets for Cycling Plan 2020 Open House last weekend? You can read full coverage of the event on Grid Chicago on this specific post as well as elsewhere on that website.
If you weren't able to attend the first citywide event, fear not.
Now it’s time to focus on Chicago’s North Side community area, which we’re going to do at our first North Side Community Area Advisory Group meeting this coming Saturday, December 17, and we hope you’ll join in. Who is a member of this “advisory group”? You are! It’s completely open to all who live, work or venture to the north side.
Our first assignment from CDOT for this meeting is to identify within each North Side neighborhood the top destinations, barriers, gaps and assets. That is, the CDOT planners need our specific knowledge of our neighborhoods to tell them the places to which people already ride their bikes (or what would be a popular destination if it were safer?), and what are the barriers or gaps that make it difficult to do so currently?
They’re looking for very specific input, so think about these questions as they apply to you and your neighborhood, and come to the meeting ready to talk with others from your area, mark up maps and make lists. This input will go directly to CDOT's project team to be incorporated into the grand plan.
Streets for Cycling 2020 North Side Community Advisory Group Meeting
WHERE: Gill Park (first floor), 825 W. Sheridan Road
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 17 from 11a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
RSVP appreciated: Michelle@KairiesStenzel.com
We hope to see you there!