Say NO to Increased Traffic Congestion on Miller Avenue - Mill Valley
- Mill Valley Community Leaders Coalition
- Mill Valley City Council
- United States of America
============================= ATTENTION MILL VALLEY! =============================
********** PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION TO THE MILL VALLEY CITY COUNCIL ***********
Say “NO” to increased traffic congestion on Miller Avenue and dangerous cut-through traffic in our neighborhoods!
On August 7th the Mill Valley City Council intends to reduce traffic capacity on half the length of Miller Avenue, to just one lane in each direction!
Miller Avenue is Mill Valley’s major thoroughfare. Reducing traffic capacity on Miller Avenue (from 7 Eleven to the Lumber Yard) would dramatically increase traffic on Blithedale Avenue and dangerous cut-through traffic in the “Triangle” neighborhoods.
Tell the City Council to honor the community-approved Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan and maintain 2 lanes in each direction on Miller Avenue!
The City Council’s proposal to reduce traffic capacity to one lane would:
• Betray the public’s trust by disregarding 5 years of planning and community participation by hundreds of residents that resulted in the approved Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan;
• Violate the principles of our General Plan, which calls for enhanced traffic flow and multi-modal transportation options;
• Decrease safety for bicycles on Miller Avenue (dooring hazards) and on our narrow neighborhood streets (speeding cut-through traffic).
Say “NO” to reducing traffic capacity to one lane!
PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION
Then mark your calendar and plan to attend the City Council public hearing at 6:30 PM on Monday, August 7th. Please forward the petition link to as many Mill Valley residents as possible by Sunday, August 6, 10 PM. We need as many signatures as possible.
The Say NO to Increased Traffic Congestion on Miller Avenue - Mill Valley petition to Mill Valley City Council was written by Mill Valley Community Leaders Coalition and is in the category Local Government at GoPetition.