FISCAL YEAR 2024 BUDGET
Project Name: Bicycle Infrastructure
Department: Public Works Department
Start Date: 7/01/2028
End Date: 6/30/2028
This funding is used to implement the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. See Chapter 6 for plan implementation details. Additional projects may be vetted through the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee as well as at Traffic Meetings to include NDS, police, fire, parks/trails planner, and public works. Projects would include re-striping pavement, reconfiguring intersections, additional bicycle detection at traffic signals, signing, and other creative retrofitting to existing streets. In the past, these funds have been used to leverage federal grants that also improve the bicycle and pedestrian network (for example: Dairy Rd/250 Trail, Water St. Trail Extended)
RELATIONSHIP TO comprehensive PLAN:
Chapter 6 : Transportation
Goal 1. Complete Streets
Create and maintain a connected network of safe, convenient, and pleasant
accommodations for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders, including people of all ages and abilities.
Chapter 7 : Environment, Climate, and Food Equity
Goal 1. Climate Change Mitigation, Emissions, and Energy
Reduce community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the city’s overall carbon footprint to meet goals established for 2030 (45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 2011 levels) and 2050 (carbon neutrality).
Chapter 8 : Economic Prosperity & Opportunity
Goal 5. Tourism
Increase tourism to help expand the positive economic impact visitors have on the city
PROJECT OBJECTIVES / STATUS:
Objectives: Implement the Bicycle &Pedestrian master plan
Status: This fund covers multiple projects.
Operating impacts to be determined in the future.