Piedmont is updating the city’s 2014 Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan and has extended the goal for a public survey to Jan. 3 .

The update project, dubbed Piedmont Safer Streets, seeks to add traffic safety to the plan.

Discussion at a Dec. 9 workshop included existing traffic, traffic-calming measures, on-street parking, non-construction related activities, improvements at key intersections and bicycle infrastructure installed to date.

The survey is online at bit.ly/PSS_survey. A Piedmont map to comment and “pin” areas for further study is at bit.ly/PSS_map.

To register for updates and announcements visit www.piedmontsaferstreets.org.

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