Neighbors are organizing to slow traffic on 28th and 29th Streets!
This is the second community-focused meeting to gather neighborhood input from those involved in communities along the 28th and 29th Street corridor. This meeting is designed to share information on the need for calming traffic in this corridor and collect input from neighbors on efforts to calm traffic and improve safety for everyone.
The first meeting was held in September and this meeting will follow the same format of sharing information related to the need to calm traffic along these streets and engage neighbors to share where and how they foresee improving traffic and pedestrian safety in the area. Organizers will also briefly share recent developments toward this cause since the last meeting was held.
This effort to address traffic calming is volunteer-lead by people living in the neighborhoods impacted by these streets, including volunteer members of the Charles Village Civic Association and the Greater Remington Improvement Association.
Intro and Purpose of the Meeting
Values Voting Activity
Traffic Calming Presentation
Current Activities, Updates, Instructions for Breakouts