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Lunch with HTDOT: Neighborhood Greenways Briefing

Wed, June 3 at United Way

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Shouldn’t you be able to walk out the front door of your home and walk, bike, or wheel your way to a local coffee shop? Shouldn’t you be able to ride safely to the Bayou Greenways and Utility Corridor off-road hike and bike network? The Houston region needs a new street classification: the neighborhood greenway, super safe for everybody.

Join us for a luncheon with Houston Tomorrow Executive Director Jay Blazek Crossley on the vision for a Houston Neighborhood Greenways Network.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015, Noon - 1 pm
Registration / mingle 11:30 am
United Way CRC, 50 Waugh Drive
$20 early. $25 at the door.
Box Lunch included

Always half price for members of the Houston Tomorrow Department of Transportation. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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