The Church Hill Association has launched a Transportation Needs Assessment site to collect information about needs in the community.
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From the CHA:
In the winter of 2014, the Transportation Committee was initiated by the Church Hill Association. It took on the task of advocating for improvements in all aspects of transportation in Church Hill.
The Committee raised a series of issues to the city government including the need for: cross walks around our schools; installation of bike racks around the community and restrictions against parking behind CVS on Main and 25th Streets during the morning rush hour. The city was responsive to all of these requests.
They are currently studying a report created by the Committee on the poor condition of our historic staircases and the trash and vegetation around them. They will hopefully begin to address those concerns as well .
There has been so much progress from our efforts, additional requests from our members have begun to pour into the committee for consideration.
To address these continuing transportation concerns the committee has launched an effort to collect and prioritize requests for advocacy regarding transportation matters in a systematic matter. To do so, we have created a website site where CHA members and other community advocates can record their concerns. The committee will routinely review your thoughtful requests for action and advocate with the city to make appropriate changes.
Please go to this website:
Please share this site with your friends and neighbors of Church Hill. You don’t need to be a member to post your requests for action.