Would you like to make District 2 more bike friendly?

i Mar 30th 5 Comments by

Biking mom extraordinaire, Nicole Burgess has taken the initiative to make bicycling in District 2 more friendly and safer to ride in. Burgess who leads one of the City’s bike trains started a pedestrian/bicycle advisory committee for the benefit of District 2:

Are you interested in making your community more bicycle-friendly?

If so, please join us for a  Pedestrian/Bicycle Advisory Committee for District 2.
Tuesday, April 10
District 2 includes Downtown, Little Italy, Bankers Hill, Mission Hills, Old Town, Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, Mt. Soledad, and soon Bay Park Area.

Please come collaborate with others and help create a safer and healthier community for all.

For more information contact:
Nicole Burgess at
Please feel free to invite others that may be interested in participating.  I am also looking for High School Advocates that would like to become involved.
Best Regards and Happy Riding.
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  • wpstoll

    Fixing the pavement and painting sharrows on Mission Blvd. is number one on my list for District 2.

    • Sam Ollinger

      I encourage you to attend the meeting on April 10th and voice that statement in person.

  • Hey Sam and Nicole: I want to make sure Nicole knows about this group of HS students in Normal, IL who have organized a biketrain to get to school:

    You can follow @NormalGeo on Twitter for more info — I believe he is a teacher at the high school.

    Good luck. I really do love seeing the leaps, bounds, and even baby steps that you all are taking on the bike advocacy front in San Diego.

    • Sam Ollinger

      Ha! I so misread this. I initially thought this was about Normal Heights and got super excited since I didn’t know about this. But will pass this info along. Thank you.

      • Ha x2 — I completely missed the Normal connection/disconnect on that. Nevertheless, ubercool as the kids apparently organized it on their own.