The City of Eugene will hold a second public meeting to develop ideas for creating safer and more comfortable bicycling facilities between the University of Oregon campus and downtown. The meeting will be held Thursday, April 17, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Eugene Library Bascom-Tykeson Room.
At the meeting, staff will be prepared to discuss results from the first meeting, held on Dec. 4, and explain the process being used to evaluate proposals. Participants will be asked to help define goals for improving connections between campus and downtown for people who ride bikes, and staff will present a preliminary menu of options for improving biking on 11th, 12th, and 13th avenues. The results of a traffic analysis of a two-way cycle track on 13th Avenue will also be shared.
Staff will use the input gathered at the meeting to generate improvement recommendations for public discussion in May or June. For more information contact Lee Shoemaker at 541-682-5471 or email@example.com.