How will the City address enforcement?

The City will monitor the use of the streets, as noted above, but will not seek to ticket or financially penalize those who use the corridors as through streets. Instead, the City will aim to educate and raise awareness of the increasing prevalence of non-motorist use of the roadway and to encourage orderly, shared use of our roadways.

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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?