The Ferndale Moves! plan is about making Ferndale an even better place to walk, bike, and take transit. The plan presented a vision on how to improve and expand on multi-modal transportation opportunities with robust community engagement. In 2014, the plan was adopted by City Council and the website launched as means to promote and share information on the City’s multi-modal transportation planning efforts. As the community looks to update the mobility plan in 2020, below is an archive of the previous plan, including plans, policies, and community input.
Background - General Conditions
Plans - CIP Projects
Plans - 1st Priority Projects
Plans - 2nd Priority Projects
Plans - Resurface/Reconstruction Projects
Plans - Long Term Projects
Complete Streets Ordinance
Public Input - Draft Plan Input
Public Input - Hopes
There were 64 pedestrian crashes on roadways in the City of Ferndale between 2004 and 2012
show how the recommended non-motorized facilities can be incorporated within the existing right-of-way.
Multi-modal hubs serve as orientation and resources centers for multi-modal trips.
When developing a framework for a multi-modal network, it is important to implement the plan in order of priority
there is potential for near-term bike lanes and/or buffered bike lanes on segments of Pinecrest Drive
This map is a measurement of how difficult a person would typically find it to cross a road