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OCEAN CITY TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING ON ENHANCING BIKE BOULEVARD

The City of Ocean City will host a Public Meeting to share information about enhancing the bicycle boulevard through the City.

Ocean City has received Local Technical Assistance from the New Jersey Department of Transportation concerning the development of safe bicycling routes the length of the island.  The report’s objectives were twofold: to develop recommendations and design concepts to enhance the existing Haven Avenue Bicycle Boulevard and to assess the opportunity for safe, multi-use access along the former Pennsylvania Railroad Seashore Line rail bed from 36th to 49th Streets.

Members of the public are invited to a Public Information Center to:

. Learn more about the report

. Discuss the state of design guidance for a bicycle-priority,
on-road bicycle boulevard spanning the length of Ocean City

. See conceptual design recommendations geared
toward accommodating casual, family or novice cyclists

. Provide insight regarding the needs of bicyclists in Ocean City

It will take place on June 17 at the Cape May County Senior Center at 18th St. and Simpson Ave. between 4 and 7 p.m.

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