I will be presenting the Mobility Bill of Rights to the Rampart Village Neighborhood Council on Tuesday, December 11, at 6pm and asking them to issue a resolution in support.
The Mobility Bill of Rights is attached (here in pdf) for your review.
If you are able to attend to speak in favor, it would be greatly appreciated.
Also on the same agenda is a motion to remove all Vision Zero traffic calming measures (here in pdf).
Here is their entire agenda of the evening in pdf.
The Rampart Village Neighborhood Council moves:
The Mobility Bill of Rights
WHEREAS, active transportation includes a range of transportation modes of travel and these
modes are basic rights that are formally articulated in the California Vehicle Code: and
WHEREAS, pedestrians and cyclists are considered to be the “indicator species” of a healthy
WHEREAS, communities that embrace the full range of transportation options demonstrate a
commitment to environmental, equity, and traffic congestion solutions: and
WHEREAS, all those who travel on the sidewalks and streets are, first and foremost, people,
deserving of the full support of our Electeds, appointed, departments, commissions, agencies,
and authorities as they conduct their lives in the public space: and
NOW, THEREFORE, WE THE BOARD OF THE RVNC, MEMBERS OF THE ACTIVE
TRANSPORTATION COMMUNITY, do hereby claim the following rights:
1. People have the right to travel safely and free of fear.
2. People have the right to fair access.
3. People have the right to the full support of law enforcement.
4. People have the right to the full support of our judicial system.
5. People have the right to routine accommodations in all roadway projects.
6. People have the right to full consideration in all roadway development.
7. People have the right to effective signage, signals, and maintenance standards.
8. People have the right to be actively engaged as a constituent group.
9. People have the right to roadway planning based science, data, industry
innovations, and emerging technologies.
10. People have the right to be treated fairly and equitably.
AND FURTHER, we claim and assert these rights by embracing the public space of our
communities and proclaiming that “Streets are for People!”