How will the revamped Willow/101 interchange support walking and cycling?

There are two upcoming public meetings regarding the next step on longstanding plans to overhaul the dangerous Willow/101 interchange, which was built in the 1950s.

Unfortunately, at Menlo Park City Council last week the Caltrans representatives didn’t have much to say about the critical bike and pedestrian safety needs. Fortunately, the Mayor and other Council members were insistent that the new design must improve bike and pedestrian safety. It is valuable for people to attend these meetings and tell Caltrans that safer biking and walking is needed.

The two upcoming meetings are:

* at the Menlo Park Senior Center, 100 Terminal Avenue, on Weds October 17 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

* in East Palo Alto at the East Palo Alto City Hall, Community Center on October 24

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