The solution for a community’s multi-modal network is not one dimensional, but rather responds to the needs of the various users and trip types. A successful multi-modal network helps pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users get around conveniently, safely and comfortably and also alerts motorists to expect these users on the roadway.
The following links provide a more detailed breakdown of the proposed multi-modal network with separate maps and descriptions:
- Cross Sections – show how the proposed improvements can be incorporated within the existing right-of-way
- Road Crossings – proposed road crossing improvements at mid-block locations and at intersections
- Bicycle Facilities – proposed cycle tracks, buffered bike lanes, bike lanes, shared lane markings and bicycle boulevards
- Spot Improvements – proposed medians, parking shifts, traffic calming and gateway improvements
- Multi-Modal Hubs – proposed bike share, car share, bike repair stations, access to transit and wayfinding kiosks
- Transit Enhancements – proposed relocations of bus stops or facility improvements
The following map includes all of the proposed improvements in the multi-modal network. Visit the Public Input page to provide feedback on the multi-modal network.