Meeting to address pedestrian, driver safety in Tahoe City
March 5, 2015
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Government officials will gather next week to talk about the future of pedestrian and motorist safety in Tahoe City.
The Placer County Public Works Department and Tahoe Regional Planning Agency are conduct a series of public workshops for community members to "help identify opportunities to create safer, more walkable and bikeable routes" within the downtown core, according to a news release.
At the meetings, residents will be asked to identify and prioritize projects with the greatest potential to improve mobility in Tahoe City for pedestrians and motorists.
The first of two workshops will take place Wednesday, March 11, rom 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Tahoe City Public Utility District offices at 221 Fairway Drive
A date for the second meeting is yet to be determined. The project is funded by the On Our Way Grant from TRPA.
For information, email Stephanie Grigsby email@example.com.
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