Philadelphia presents bike and pedestrian plans to non-Center City neighborhoods

    The Philadelphia City Planning Commission is juggling a lot of master plans, and one of them is geared specifically toward bikes and pedestrians.

    As traffic studies and experiments continue in and around Center City, the PCPC this month will present some draft findings to other parts in the city as part of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan.

    West, Southwest, North Northeast Philly are tapped for meetings before the end of the month.

     

    Up first is the Tuesday night meeting at Myers Rec Center at 58th Street and Kingsessing Avenue at 6 p.m. Wednesday is onto University City.

    Later this month, meetings will be held in Fox Chase and Juniata.

    The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is encouraging residents to attend their nearest meeting to provide feedback on bike- and pedestrian-friendliness.

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