At last night’s city council meeting, Southridge resident Sarah Richey addressed the council to request a bike lane for Pennsylvania Drive. With support from others in Southridge, Sarah requested the city council to take action and respond to the request.
Pennsylvania is quite wide for a residential street, but it also lacks sidewalks. Children attending Sam Houston Elementary off Teasley must walk or ride in the street to get there, and Sarah’s request aims to change that by having a dedicated space for cyclists and pedestrians. She’ll be checking back with the City Manager’s office in two weeks to inquire whether any action has been taken.
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