Thank You, John for the explanation.
On Sun, Jan 24, 2021, 1:18 PM John Brooking <johnbrooking4@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
To sign: The page I indicated has a link that says "Join the Slow ME Down
Campaign", or you can go directly to
https://www.bikemaine.org/slow-maine-down-petition/. On the bottom of
that page is an embedded form for you to "sign" by adding your name and
contact information. The text box that says " Why do you care about slowing
down motor vehicles in Maine?" is a place for your testimonial. If they
share it, they will use just your initials, for your privacy.
Testimonials they choose to share are at
https://www.bikemaine.org/slow-me-down-testimonials/, and you will
recognize the crosswalk they show! If you want your full name on your
testimonial instead of just your initials, you can email
info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx and let them know.
On Sun, Jan 24, 2021 at 11:40 AM Robert Fairbrother <
Where do I sign
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On Sunday, January 24, 2021, 9:01 AM, Kimberly Tarbox <
Thank you for sharing this with us John. I will be signing.🛗
On Sat, Jan 23, 2021 at 3:21 PM John Brooking <johnbrooking4@xxxxxxxxx>
I may have emailed about this before, but in case I didn't or you missed
it, here's an initiative from the Bicycle Coalition of Maine to increase
the safety of people using roads outside of cars. You can sign a letter of
In response to the concerns we most frequently hear at public forums
<https://www.bikemaine.org/slow-me-down-testimonials/>, the Bicycle
Coalition of Maine has launched a statewide campaign intended to help
change people’s attitudes about speeding in cars. The goal is to create a
new social norm for drivers in Maine that makes it acceptable to drive at
or below the speed limit to protect all road users in residential and
We are inviting *all* roadway users who share our concern about speeding
to sign a letter of support for change.
Westbrook Safe Mobility and Access Committee