Survey on Tahoe City bike, pedestrian upgrades open until Feb. 19
February 18, 2016
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Placer County is seeking public feedback to help improve bicycle and pedestrian movement in Tahoe City.
Existing planning level efforts include addressing pedestrian corridor gaps within the downtown core through the use of various proposed trail alignments and intersection upgrades.
Feedback will help the county understand what mobility improvements and alternatives community members and visitors support within downtown Tahoe City.
A nine-question survey revolving around shared parking, trails and intersection crossings is available to take until this Friday.
Visit surveymonkey.com/r/TahoeCityMobility to take the survey.
For more information about the mobility study, visit placer.ca.gov/departments/works/projects/tcmobilityproject.
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