Need Your Feedback on the San Bernardino County – Active Transportation Vision

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We are moving to the next stage of leveraging comments and insights from community, stakeholders, residents and agency staff in San Bernardino County. In April, San Bernardino County active transportation partners came together to discuss the state of things for pedestrians and cyclists and created a vision in moving forward. Past meeting information here. The reaction was overwhelmingly in favor of building relationships, best practices and collaboration in the region.

Share your comments and feedback here: San Bernardino County Active Transportation Network Vision

We hope to share the vision more widely and use it to education leaders and elected officials. Please help us review this document one more time, especially from cities, non-profits and your community. The San Bernardino County Active Transportation Vision is available for comment virtually here until 5pm on Friday, June 7, 2013. You can also download the document and send comments to pauline@saferoutespartnership.org

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