Bicycle Safety On Mass Ave - PSNA meeting - Sept. 17, 7-9 pm

Join us tonight:

 

Since my Xfinity has been unstable, I asked Phoebe Sinclair to set up this meeting, which we will co-host. That way if my system goes down, I can get back on and not take the whole meeting down!

Ruth Ryals
raryals@gmail.com

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PSNA is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting

The Porter Square Neighborhood Association would like to discuss bicycle safety, especially in light of the recent tragedy in Harvard Square.

We have invited bicycle spokespeople from both the Cambridge (Mark Boswell) and Somerville (George Schneetoch) Bicycle Safety Committees, and Joseph Barr, Director of Traffic, Parking and Transportation in Cambridge, will join us.  We welcome others to join us. 

We would like to know (in general, and we know Joe Barr cannot address the specifics, for legal reasons) what happened in Harvard Square, more about the city's quick fix there, as well as review what was done in Porter Square. Beyond that we would like to hear what is proposed (or being talked about/ asked for) on the rest of Mass Ave from Harvard to the Arlington line.

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At our next Porter Square Neighbors Association meeting (held virtually), Sept. 17, 7-9 pm, we would like to discuss bicycle safety, especially in light of the recent tragedy in Harvard Square.

 

We have invited bicycle spokespeople from both the Cambridge (Mark Boswell) and Somerville (George Schneetoch) Bicycle Safety Committees, and Joseph Barr, Director of Traffic, Parking and Transportation in Cambridge, will join us.  We welcome others to join us. 

 

We would like to know (in general, and we know Joe Barr cannot address the specifics, for legal reasons) what happened in Harvard Square, more about the city's quick fix there, as well as review what was done in Porter Square. Beyond that we would like to hear what is proposed (or being talked about/ asked for) on the rest of Mass Ave from Harvard to the Arlington line.

 

Please send your name and email address (to the email before) if you would like to participate and I will send the zoom invitation.

 

Our zoom sessions are pretty informal with, hopefully, a lot of time for conversation/push back.

 

Thank you,

Ruth Ryals, 

President, PSNA

raryals@gmail.com