Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet
February 23, 2017
5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
The Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP) will recognize the Inland Empire’s outstanding public agencies that are proactively cutting through bureaucratic red tape and opening the door for business growth and success, and who work to eliminate barriers to economic growth and support job creation for the Inland Empire.
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More than 1,200 transportation experts and professionals will come together at the Mobility 21 Summit to seek strategies for developing regionally connected transportation solutions to reduce time spent in traffic and increase options for the traveling public. Leaders will discuss the region’s transportation ballot measures and call on legislators to implement reforms and innovations to make much needed improvements to Southern California’s transportation infrastructure.
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Share Your Opinion on the City’s Active Transportation Plan to Improve Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety
Development of the Active Transportation Plan (ATP) is an important part of providing seamless paths and trails throughout the City of Fontana. Please consider taking 2-3 minutes to complete the eight (8) question online survey. Your input will help shape the development of the ATP. See fact sheet. Para Información en Espanol y presione aqui para la hoja de Información.
Please complete your survey by Friday, December 16, 2016
What is Active Transportation?
Active Transportation means providing solutions that connect people of all ages and abilities using active modes such as walking and bicycling.
Your Feedback is Important.
Community input is a vital part of this project and your feedback is important. Throughout the project, the team will be gathering public input to understand community concerns. Community outreach activities will be held with the purpose of providing project updates, educating and soliciting feedback. Please visit the City’s webpage at http://www.fontana.org/fontanaATP under the City Projects link to view additional project details.
Share your ideas on what you would like to see for Fontana by using #FontanaATP and sending your images to the City of Fontana Facebook page. We will share your photos with the public.
Increase safety for people who bike and walk
- Increase trail connectivity for bicycle commuters within the City and to its neighboring cities
- Decrease bicyclist and pedestrian injuries and fatalities resulting from collisions involving vehicles and pedestrians or bicyclists
- Create an alternative mode of transportation to work, schools, and shopping
If you have any questions on this project, please contact the Engineering Department or call (909) 350-7610.