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BTV advocates for safe, accessible, and fun cycling as an active means of recreation and transportation.
Quality of Life Master Plan Update
The City of Temecula is currently updating the Quality of Life Master Plan. The QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee will meet on Thursday November 18 to discuss the core value, "Transportation,
Mobility and Connectivity."
All community stakeholders are invited to give public comments at the next meeting. Additional community workshops will be announced soon.
March 16, 2022
Gary Oddi writes a letter to the Temecula Planning Commission in support of the City's new Community Design Element, which advances active transportation in the valley.
The resolution calls for the development of a "comprehensive system of trails and open space areas connecting schools, public recreation areas, residential areas, and commercial centers."
September 28, 2021
Dale Borgeson highlights an opportunity to connect multiuse trails along the Murrieta Creek near Diaz Road.
July 27, 2021
Gary Oddi writes a letter to the City Council in support of the City's efforts and encouraging partnership between the coalition and the City.
The Diaz Road Expansion project phase 2 provides an opportunity to develop the regional trail system while also improving circulation with the city.
July 13, 2021
Ric Van Der Linden speaks on the results of the City Community Survey and the importance of bicycle safety.
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