For the next two weeks, city transportation planners will host a series of cafe-style conversations about their 6-year plan to build a connected bike network in Seattle.
The meetings will be co-hosted by the Seattle Department of Transportation and Department of Neighborhoods, one of which will be held on Tuesday, April 30 at the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s Community Hall (6532 Phinney Ave N) at 6pm.
SDOT says the plan includes 49 miles of bike paths, with an additional 13 miles funded by the Levy to Move Seattle and other project funding.
“[The plan] works to achieve an all ages and abilities bike network through a combination of protected bike lanes, trails, neighborhood greenways, and funding for bike parking, encouragement programs, and safety education,” SDOT writes in a press release about the upcoming meetings.
If you can’t make it to the meeting, you can still provide feedback online with this online survey.