May 22nd and 23rd open house sessions on the 10th Street Bike Lane Pilot

The Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities hopes you’ll join us for one of two open house sessions next week to review the results of the 10th Street bike lane pilot program.  At the open house sessions you can view the data collected during the pilot, review roadway plans for 10th Street and share your comment with MOTU.  If you read Stu Bykofsky’s column last week you got a preview of our recommendations. Here are the details, when 10th street is repaved late this summer the current proposal is to:

  • remove the bike only lane between eastbound Vine Street and Filbert Street and install shared lane markings in left lane and
  • update and refresh bicycle lane markings between Ridge Avenue and westbound Vine Street and South of Market Street to Lombard Street.

Hope to see your there or send your comments or questions to Charles Carmalt (

Tuesday, May 22nd 2012
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Chinese Christian Church and Center,
225 N 10th St.
Basement meeting hall will be used, entrance on Spring St.
Chinese interpretation services available.

Wednesday, May 23rd 2012
4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
SEPTA Food Court 1234 Market St.
Basement Level


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