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  1. 1. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural Regions
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  5. 5. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsHigh existing levels of1.0%2.5%3.4%0.9%1.4%6.1%10.6%8.5%11.3%17.8%0.0%2.0%4.0%6.0%8.0%10.0%12.0%14.0%16.0%18.0%20.0%OverallModeShareBasedonNHTSBicycle WalkSource: 2010 5-Year American Community Survey, B08301 Journey to Work –Combined with National NHTS Survey Data
  6. 6. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsRural cities and towns areideally sized to maximizebicycling and walking potential• Average walking trip in US =1.2 miles (50% less than halfmile)• Average bicycling trip in US = 4miles (60% less than 2 miles)• Greatest distance from city center to citylimitHelena—2.5 mi; Kalispell—2.5 miBozeman—4.0 mi; Butte—4.5 miMissoula—5.5 mi; Great Falls—6.0 miBillings—7.0 miHamilton, MT
  7. 7. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsOther Reasons for RuralBicycle/PedestrianPlanning:• Encourage BicycleTourism• Health/livability• Rural government easierto navigate• Reduction of air pollution• Reducing the need forhigh-costtransit/paratransit• Slower pace of life• Lower income areas
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  9. 9. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsRural Complete Streets:• Still need to provide for allmodes of transportation• Still need to be part a largernetwork• Different needs than urbanwalkways and bikeways dueto frequency, fundingavailability and length• Different funding sources• Complete streets are often aunfamiliar concept in ruralareas• Many Highways state-owned
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  15. 15. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsA six-county network of safecommunities, facilities, and programsfor bicycling and walking that equitablysupport multi-modal travel, healthylifestyles, and improved quality of lifefor all citizens, businesses, and visitors ofthe region.Regional Vision…
  16. 16. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsRecommended Bikeway & Trail Network
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  18. 18. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsOpportunities
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  21. 21. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsNon-infrastructure• Encouragement• Positive MediaCampaign• Regional BicycleTourism• Education & Enforcement• Bicycle Patrol Training• Evaluation• BFC and WFC• Collision Analysis• Policy Review
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  23. 23. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsOrangeburg andBarnwell Workshops:• Educated stakeholders onthe importance of walkingand bicycling in theircommunity and solicitedinput for whereimprovements should beconsidered.• Afterwards, included abicycling/walking audit ofproblem locations identifiedthrough the workshop.
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  30. 30. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in Rural RegionsJack Cebejackcebe@altaplanning.com864-918-3380Jean Crowtherjeancrowther@altaplanning.com864-205-5650

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