Bike Friendly Richardson

Richardson City Staff Presents Bike Plan To City Council

Posted in Advocacy, Bike Change, Bike Education, Bike Friendly, Bike Trails and Routes, City Stuff by dickdavid on April 21, 2015

Richardson Bike Plan Briefing 2015

Richardson Bike Plan Briefing 2015

On Monday, April 20, 2015 Richardson City Staff presented their Bike Plan to Richardson City Council. The presentation was a combination recap of what they’ve done, as well as their next steps.

It was nice to see how important bicycling is to our city officials and how they continue to see the value of what it brings to our community. It was also nice to see that our little grassroots, advocacy group has been recognized—not only for what we’ve done, but also as a partner moving forward.

You can catch the presentation, online. Click the link below and go to Item D in the list:

http://richardsontx.swagit.com/play/04202015-1034

The video shows Michael Spicer, Director of Development Services and Lori Smeby, Director of Parks and Recreation. Dave Carter, Asst. Director of Development Services, Transportation and Traffic – who helped put it together – was there as well.

The were lots of people who were engaged in the conversation, but we really appreciate our City Council’s positive reception of the Bike Plan and their enthusiastic support of cycling in Richardson. Thank you Laura Gibbs Maczka, Bob Townsend, Mark SolomonScott DunnKendal HartleyPaul Voelker and Steve Mitchell.

This is a great opportunity to have a voice for all people who ride bikes. We should work to build our community as a diverse group with a broad perspective. If you have any friends or neighbors who are interested but concerned about cycling, please invite them to join our Facebook page, engage our City and be part of the conversation.

This is an exciting time to live in our city and we look forward to the next steps.

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