The build recommendations have five main components: Nice & Easy Bikeways; Bikeways with Traffic; Road Crossings; Speed Management and Main Street Alternatives. Click on the individual links below to download detailed elements of the network plan. Click on the Network Plan to see how they all come together.
NICE AND EASY PED. & BIKE ROUTES
Develop a network of family-friendly bicycle and pedestrains routes that connect to community destinations using trails and local roadways
BIKEWAYS WITH TRAFFIC
Provide a designated space for bicycles on roadways with traffic
ROAD CROSSING IMPROVEMENTS
Improve existing crosswalks and provide new road crossings where there is demand to cross the street
Make physical changes to the roadway to encourage drivers to travel at safe speeds
MAIN STREET ALTERNATIVES
Focus on safety improvements to make Main Street safe for all roadway users
The Priority Network highlights projects that the community should focus on over the next decade. The network creates connections across the community and provides a framework for the multi-modal system. Many of the recommendations include “low hanging fruit”, such as bike route signs and pavement markings, that are relatively low cost to implement. Some of the larger elements, such as new trails and bridges, may cost more but provide key connections that are critical to the networks development.
The recommendations has been put in a Google Map format to allow you zoom into areas of interest and see the specific recommendations. Click on the lines on the map to get more details on what is proposed. To change what layers are displayed or to change the background to an air photo, click on the icon to the left of “Network Map” in the map’s title bar. To explore the map using your full screen, click on the frame icon on the far right of title bar.
Click on the tabs below to move to other sections of plan.