Read a report from the Richmond Times-Dispatch on the meeting here.
Do you ride a bike in Richmond? The Richmond Times-Dispatch wants to hear your opinion on cycling in Richmond. On September 18 at 7:00 p.m., a public square meeting will be held at the Richmond Times-Dispatch downtown office. This is open to the public.
From the Richmond Times-Dispatch:
How friendly is Richmond to bicyclists? Should the region being doing more to promote bike safety and accessibility?
We invite you to share your thoughts about the issue at the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s 41st Public Square. A number of key players in the regional bike conversation will be in attendance, too, to discuss their role and to answer your questions.
The discussion will be moderated by Thomas A. Silvestri, head of the Richmond Media Group, which includes The Times-Dispatch, TimesDispatch.com, Richmond.com and Richmond Suburban Newspapers.
The 90-minute event is free and open to the public.
When: Sept. 18, 7 p.m.
Where: The Times-Dispatch’s downtown offices, 300 E. Franklin St.
Parking: Available in The Times-Dispatch’s parking deck
Details: Visit www.TimesDispatch.com, search: Public Square. Or contact Robin Beres at (804) 649-6305 or email@example.com.
Online: Watch live on www.TimesDispatch.com.