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Regional and Local Bike Plan presentation for public meeting.

Regional and Local Bike Plan presentation for public meeting.

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  • 1. Miami Valley Comprehensive Local-Regional Bikeways Plan Public Meetings: October 22, 2008 1
  • 2. Your Vision is Our Mission: “The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission’s Comprehensive Local-Regional Bikeway Plan is intended to enhance region-wide bikeway networks including both regional and local bike paths and their connections throughout the MVRPC planning area.” 2
  • 3. Ohio’s Bikeway Heritage Xenia was named the quot;5th best place in the nation to livequot; by the American Hiking Society and inducted into the Trail Town USA Hall of Fame. 3
  • 4. The Existing System 4
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  • 6. Opportunities • Bike on Bus/Vans • Existing Partners • Cultural / Heritage Tourism • Environmental Education • Safe Routes to Schools • New Green Movement • SAFETEA 6
  • 7. Challenges • Rights-of-Way • On- and Off-Street Bikeways • Trail/Roadway X-ings • Funding Priorities • Declining Bike to Work Data Physical Inactivity Epidemic • Land Use/Sprawl • Aging in Place • Rural Roads / Complete Streets 7
  • 8. Bikeway Types Shared Use Paths / Trails “In-Corridor” Bikeways Rural Roads 8
  • 9. Task 1: Project Management Task 1 Products Final project schedule Project Contact list Monthly Conference Calls Status report to accompany invoices 9
  • 10. Task 2: Public Involvement • YOU! • Steering Committee • Public Workshops • Project Website: www. altaplanning.com/mvrpc/ Task 2 Products Public Involvement Plan ( Technical Memo #1) (3) Steering Committee Meetings (9) Public Meetings, (3 per county) (1) Additional on-site meeting, if needed Contact lists Project Website Powerpoint Presentations Meeting Agendas, Media Releases, Meeting Summaries 10
  • 11. Task 3: Inventory and Mapping 11
  • 12. Task 4: Safe Routes to School Toolkit and Project Description Sheets 12
  • 13. Task 5: Project Recommendations Draft & Final Bikeways Plan 13
  • 14. Key Changes • Modified “complete streets’ language • Coordinated database with LRP • Updated Maps per Committee comments • Emphasized voluntary cooperation of local communities • SR2S Toolbox for each district • General edits and final formatting 14
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  • 19. MVRPC TIP and Long-Range Plan 19
  • 20. The Long Range Plan Connection 20
  • 21. Priority Projects • ~20 Project Description Sheets • Planning-Level Cost Opinions • Pre-Funding Applications • Corridors, Area–wide projects • “Early Wins” 21
  • 22. The Other E’s 22
  • 23. Task 6: Local Bikeway Action Plans 23
  • 24. BFC Best Practices • Education • Enforcement • Encouragement • Engineering • Evaluation 24
  • 25. Innovation 25
  • 26. Solutions 26
  • 27. Thank You! Alta Planning + Design www.altaplanning.com/mvrpc/ Burgess & Niple www.burgessniple.com MVRPC: Kjirsten Frank www.mvrpc.org kfrank@mvrpc.org 937.531.6524 “ Determine that the thing can and shall be done, and then we shall find the way.” Abraham Lincoln 27