Can I drive on a Shared Street?

While the City is implementing a “soft” closure, local access is still allowed, which means people who live on the street or need to access a destination on the stretch of roadway that is closed, are allowed access. People in cars are encouraged to go very slowly and use extreme caution on these shared streets; other motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes.

Shared Streets will be in effect 24/7, given the limited staff resources to deploy/re-deploy equipment daily.

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1. Why is the City doing this?
2. Can I drive on a Shared Street?
3. What does a Shared Street look like?
4. What activities are allowed on a Shared Street?
5. What activities are not allowed on a Shared Street?
6. How were these Shared Streets selected?
7. Will this be expanded to more streets?
8. What about other streets in the City?
9. How is the City monitoring this?
10. How will the City address enforcement?
11. How can I be in touch with the City about this program and help spread the word?
12. Where else is this happening?