Students for Safe Routes To East Bay at Road Commission Meeting
The Grand Traverse County Road Commission is hosting it’s first public information meeting for their East-West Mobility Transportation Study on Monday, April 23rd from 6-8pm at East Middle School.
The purpose of the meeting is to “gather information about public’s transportation experiences and values. The meeting will begin with a project overview and will include an interactive exercise.”
Since this transportation study includes 3 Mile Road, it’s important for Cherry Knoll, SEAS, GTA and East Middle students – and those who love them! – to attend and voice support for extending the trail.
If you are for safer, more equitable connections in East Bay for people of all ages and abilities getting themselves to the places they need to go- not just kids going to school – please show up!
With four schools, a library, a BATA bus stop, a grocery store, and many other businesses, the 3 Mile/Hammond intersection deserves better. Much better.
Bad news: 11 years later and the 3 Mile trail still goes nowhere.
Good news: we’re working on it.
Learn more the Extend The 3 Mile campaign HERE.
Learn more about the GT County Road Commission’s study HERE.
Can’t make the meeting but what to be involved?