There will be a public review of the UCSC bike plan next Friday November 17th from 4-6 pm. Details are at the end of this message. I’m planning to attend.
This is a great plan since UCSC has made provisions for LEGAL off road single track trails in Section 2.
If you haven’t done so already, please make comments on the plan to UCSCbikeplan at ppc.ucsc.edu.
Some talking points:
* Express your support for the provision of recreational off-road bicycling in the current plan.
* Willingness to help with trail design, construction and maintenance of the trails.
* Willingness to serve on the Campus Bicycle Committee (CBC) to oversee bicycling issues.
This recreational trails part of the plan is a great concession to the mountain biking community. I hope we can work together to make it work.
Thanks for your support,
UC Santa Cruz 2006 Draft Bike Plan
A public meeting to review the Draft 2006 Bike Plan (PDF) for the University of California, Santa Cruz will be held on Friday, November 17, 2006, in Bay Tree Conference Room C, from 4:30-6:00 p.m. Larry Pageler, Co-Director of Transportation and Parking Services, will start the presentation at 5:00 p.m.
This meeting is an opportunity for the campus community to comment on the Draft 2006 UCSC Bike Plan. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to learn about and comment on the University’s framework to improve and encourage bicycle use on and around the campus. The general public is also welcome. An updated project list (although not yet available on the web) will be available at the meeting.
Comments on the Draft 2006 Bike Plan are welcome until 5:00 p.m., December 18, 2006. Send comments to: UCSCbikeplan at ppc.ucsc.edu
Questions should be directed to Larry Pageler (pageler at ucsc.edu), Co-Director of TAPS, or Cathy Crowe (cacrowe at ucsc.edu), Transportation Planner at TAPS.
Mark Davidson – President
Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz
Your voice for multi-use trails in Santa Cruz County