Bicycle and Pedestrian Workshop - Public Sector - Clark Martinson
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  • 1. The  Energy  Corridor  Mul1-­‐Modal  Solu1ons   Clark  Mar1nson,  AICP,  AIA  Assoc.,  LCI   General  Manager  
  • 2. The  Energy  Corridor  Concept  
  • 3.  Energy  Corridor  Livable  Centers  Study  
  • 4.  Energy  Corridor  Transit  
  • 5.  Intersec1on  Improvements  
  • 6.  Fortsmith  Street  Woonerf  Concept  
  • 7.  Energy  Corridor  Trails  
  • 8. Energy  Corridor  Bike  to  Work  Day  
  • 9. Energy  Corridor  Bicycle  Master  Plan  
  • 10. West  Houston  Trails  Master  Plan  
  • 11. Houston  Region  Trails  Inventory ü  Woodlands - 180 milesü  Kingwood - 75 milesü  The Energy Corridor - 50 milesü  Brays Bayou/TMC - 9 milesü  Armand Bayou - 5 milesü  White Oak Bayou - 5 milesü  Houston Heights/Nicholson/MKT - 6 milesü  Halls Bayou/Keith Weiss Park - 7 milesü  Downtown/Buffalo Bayou Tinsley Park - 6 milesü  Greenspoint/Greens Bayou - 3 milesü  Brays Bayou/Arthur Storey Park - 1 mile
  • 12. Bayou  Greenway  Ini1a1ve  Trails 1 ARMAND BAYOU 2 BRAYS BAYOU 10 3 BUFFALO BAYOU 4 CLEAR CREEK 5 CYPRESS CREEK 6 GREENS BAYOU 5 6 y 7 HALLS BAYOU 7 8 HUNTING BAYOU 11 9 SIMS BAYOU WHTMP   8 10 SPRING CREEK 3 11 WHITE OAK BAYOU u 2 9 1 4
  • 13. Houston  Wilderness  Regional  Plan