Michael Don of the South Bay Bicycle Coalition recently attended a public meeting for the Manhattan Village Enhancement Project in order to share information about how to incorporate bike friendly infrastructure at major retail shopping areas.
It may seem like common sense, but “having safer and easier bicycle access to public shopping areas greatly increases the ability of both shoppers and workers to choose alternative transportation” was just one of the messages Michael wanted to offer. 
One of the objectives of the SBBC’s 7-city Master Bike Plan is to  provide proven and successful ideas that link frequent trips to safer biking alternatives which then allow residents a choice as they commute between home, work, and leisure.
In addition, the SBBC sumbitted the following letter:

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