Help Shape Arlington’s Walk-Friendly Culture

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Pamela Van Hine Tweet us @WalkArlington @WalkArlington February 17, 2017 0 Comments

Pamela Van Hine is the current Chair of the Arlington County Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC). She slowly completed 13 Marine Corps Marathons and enjoys running and walking.

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Interested in being a part of the walk solution in Arlington? Join the Pedestrian Advisory Committee - find out how below.

Do you ever wonder:

  • Why all intersections don’t have crosswalks and pedestrian lights?
  • Who has the right of way when crossing a busy street?
  • How can we improve Arlington’s walkability?

If so, we invite you to attend the Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) meetings to share your experiences walking and rolling through our community and learn how Arlington is working to improve pedestrian safety and walkability.

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Attend Monthly Meetings

PAC meetings are open to the public and held the second Wednesday of each month, usually from 7-9 PM in the Dogwood & Cherry Room. Upcoming meeting topics include an update on the Neighborhood Complete Streets Program, a joint bus tour with the Transit Advisory Committee and pedestrian safety information from Arlington County Police.

PAC meeting minutes, membership information and helpful links to the Master Transportation Plan (MTP) can be found on the PAC’s webpage. Interested residents are also encouraged to sign up for the PAC Google Group to stay informed about our activities and pedestrian news.

All are welcome – we hope to see you soon!

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