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Amanda Rivera walks across the crosswalk in front of a roundabout at the intersection of 17th and Pine Streets in 2017.
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In September, with the help of the Pedestrian Advisory Committee, Boulder adopted a new Pedestrian Plan, a long-range vision for the future of sidewalks and crosswalks as well as safety and education programs.

Now, the city is recruiting volunteers who live or work in Boulder to join a second Pedestrian Advisory Committee that will help put the plan into action.

Meetings will be held every other month next year and likely will be scheduled after work hours on the third or fourth Thursday of the month. Transportation subsidies, interpreters and child care services will be available as needed. Committee meetings, walkabouts and homework likely will require a time commitment of four hours per month.

Online and hard-copy versions of the application, in both English and Spanish, can be accessed on the Pedestrian Plan webpage. Applications will be accepted through Dec. 1. Chosen applicants will be informed of their selection by Dec. 20. For more information, contact Amy Lewin at lewina@bouldercolorado.gov or 303-441-4138.

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