Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia affiliate group Bike Chester County is holding a public meeting on Thursday, March 23 to help shed light on the processes and projects happening in Chester. The affiliate group, headed by Amanda Lozinak, is responsible for the vast majority of bicycle advocacy going on in Chester.
As noted on BikeChesterCounty.org,
On March 23rd, come out to hear about the projects going on in Chester County from the people who are behind the work! We will be joined by representatives from PennDOT, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) and the Chester County Planning Commission who will discuss the projects that mean most to you: bike lanes, trails and bike/ped safety.
Bike Chester County believes that knowledge is power. The more we empower the public with knowledge and understanding of our planning processes the better we can collaborate to make Chester County a more connected and healthy community for bicyclists and pedestrians. We hope you can attend this public meeting with your family!
The event, at the West Whiteland Township Building Community Room at 101 Commerce Drive in Exton, Pennsylvania, will include a section on bike lanes and bike stress mapping, a separate section on trail connections in Chester County, and a question and answer period.
The speakers include Sarah Moran and Greg Krykewycz of DVRPC, Louis Belmonte of PennDOT, and Brian Styche of CCPC.
All information on the speakers is available here.
If you’re interested in the work Bike Chester County is doing to make the county a better place for cycling, be sure to come out to the meeting.
Thursday, March 23rd
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
West Whiteland Township Building
Community Room – Second Floor
101 Commerce Drive, Exton PA 19341