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1 <br />Laura Dabe <br />From:Denyelle Nishimori <br />Sent:Tuesday, October 28, 2014 8:58 AM <br />To:Terri McCracken ( <br />Cc:Laura Dabe <br />Subject:Canyon Springs RDEIR Public Comment #11 <br />  <br />From: [] <br />Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 10:02 PM <br />To: Denyelle Nishimori <br />Cc:;;; <br />Subject: Comment on Canyon Springs RDEIR <br /> <br />Dear Denyelle, <br /> <br />I have reviewed the Recirculated Draft EIR for the proposed Canyon Springs project near Glenshire and have several <br />comments related to bicycle facilities and traffic impacts. By way of background, my organization is building a bike <br />trail from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake, including connecting Truckee's Legacy Trail to a future trail along the Truckee <br />River east of Glenshire. We hope to keep connectivity for non-motorized travelers in mind during decisions by all <br />entities in two states, five counties and four cities along the Truckee River. <br /> <br />My comments are: <br /> <br />1. At page 4.14-20, the statement about Hirschdale Bridges should be updated to reflect Nevada County's recent <br />decision NOT to remove the bridges. <br /> <br />2. The project proposes no bike lanes, but a substantial safety enhancement for both new residents of the project <br />and the public could be achieved by implementing bike lanes on Glenshire Drive from the terminus of the new Legacy <br />Trail to Hirschdale Drive. <br /> <br />3. Traffic volume at school start and end times is cited as a concern in the traffic study, which could be reduced by <br />implementing the trail plan for Glenshire. <br /> <br />Thank you for the opportunity to comment. <br /> <br />Janet R. Phillips, President <br />Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway <br />4790 Caughlin Parkway, #138 <br />Reno, NV 89519 <br />775-825-9868 <br /> <br />