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State of Biking Todd Waelterman

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Moving to the Next Level, November 20, 2013 …

Moving to the Next Level, November 20, 2013
Gateway Bike Plan Implementation Workshop

Session: State of Biking in the Region: Progress Made

Published in: Sports

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  • 1. STATE OF BIKING CITY OF ST. LOUIS DIRECTOR OF STREETS, TODD WAELTERMAN
  • 2. HISTORY     1994 - City of St. Louis had ZERO miles of bike facilities Mid-90’s - built the Riverfront Trail, which stretches from north of the Arch to Chain of Rocks bridge (10.8 miles) 2005 – created first 22 miles of on-street bikeways 2008 – expanded to 75 miles
  • 3. WHERE DO WE STAND NOW?
  • 4. Off Street Trails  Currently 36 miles of off-street trails:  Carondelet Park  Forest Park  River Des Peres  Tower Grove Park  Mississippi Trail
  • 5. SHARROWS  Currently 74 miles of shared lanes, marked with sharrows
  • 6. Bike lanes  Currently 16 miles of dedicated bike lanes
  • 7. City’s first buffered bike lane ½ mile of Arsenal along TG Park
  • 8. MODOT - Manchester (McCausland to Vandeventer) 2 miles of shared lanes 2.6 miles of buffered lanes
  • 9. Tower Grove at Vandeventer
  • 10. Phase 3    42 miles of updates 14 miles of upgrades 52 miles of new bikeways (including the DesPeres Neighborhood Greenway)  Totaling 108 miles of new/improved facilities
  • 11. BIKE RACKS    46 Art racks installed by neighborhood commercial districts 80 Arch racks installed across the city 120 Arch racks purchased, to be installed by spring
  • 12. Bike Corrals  Scouting locations for 4-6 corrals
  • 13. By end of 2014       97.06 miles of shared lane markings 36.16 miles of bike lanes 10.06 miles of buffered bike lanes 0.55 miles of neighborhood greenways (aka bike boulevards) 246 bike racks 6 bike corrals