Posted on 20 April 2013.
The Davidson Pedestrian Master Plan Steering Committee and consultants from Alta Planning + Design are seeking public input on a proposed master plan for pedestrian and bicycle transportation in town. There’s an online survey where you can offer your thoughts.
A series of meetings earlier this month at Town Hall allowed citizens and consultants to discuss “goals and objectives, opportunities and barriers, and safety and education for pedestrian and bicycle transportation in Davidson,” according town officials.
Town officials say the plan “will become our map to complete the necessary town-wide infrastructure improvements, policies, and programs to make Davidson truly walkable and bikeable for all our citizens.”
FILL OUT THE SURVEY
Citizens are invited to take an online survey to aid the Pedestrian Master Plan project. Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/davidsonped_active
For more information about the plan, call the planning department at 704-892-7592 or email email@example.com.
Read more about walking/biking issues under the “Crosswalks”, “Pedestrian Safety”, and “Cycling” categories on DavidsonNews.net
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