On Friday, March 25, SCAG’s Go Human campaign partnered with the City of Pomona and Cal Poly Pomona to hold a demonstration project in collaboration with the annual Town & Gown Bike Ride. The demonstration activated a portion of the route with a temporary creative crosswalk and curb extensions, creating a safer and more enjoyable place to walk and bike. The city plans to incorporate community feedback into the launch of a Citywide Complete Streets Ordinance, a project in collaboration with SCAG.
On Saturday, March 19, the City of San Bernardino partnered with SCAG’s Go Human campaign to hold a demonstration project in downtown San Bernardino. The event was a part of the community engagement effort for the City’s General Plan update, “San Bernardino 2050: The Future is Ours,” and was held in conjunction with the San Bernardino Arts Fest. The event attracted over 100 community members, showcasing a creative crosswalk, separated bike lane, parklet, and curb extension. The demonstration provided an opportunity for residents to provide feedback and learn more about potential pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements in the city.
On Saturday, March 12, SCAG’s Go Human campaign joined the City of Cathedral City and local partners at the City’s Butterfly Festival in Panorama Park. The event engaged residents in the city’s ongoing Active Transportation Plan development and provided an opportunity to experience and provide feedback on future street safety improvements. The event attracted more than 150 people with participants sharing positive feedback on the temporary improvements, including a creative crosswalk and temporary bike lane. The demonstration was held alongside a co-branded advertising campaign, reaching residents in Cathedral City and seeking input on the ongoing Active Transportation Plan. The feedback from this event will help shape the plan and future safety improvements in the city.