SAN DIEGO, California -- The Hillcrest Business Association (HBA), Hillcrest Town Council (HTC), and Uptown Community Parking District (UCPD) have joined together to support alternatives to the San Diego Association of Governments’ (SANDAG) planned Uptown Bike Corridor Project.
The three organizations along with community bicycle groups are inviting Hillcrest residents, business owners, and others to learn about alternatives to the plan at a special meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 6 pm at Bombay Exotic Cuisine of India, located at 3960 Fifth Ave. in Hillcrest. Local architect Jim Frost will be present to present his plan.
Attendees will hear a presentations on alternatives to SANDAG’s plan that have been pushed forward. Input will also be sought from participants on the proposals.
HBA, HTC, and UCPD have also drafted a letter of support in favor of alternative proposals for the Uptown Corridor Bike Project. The letter will be printed on a large banner for neighbors, community groups, and dignitaries to sign.
For additional information contact HBA at 619-299-3330.