BELLEVUE – The City of Bellevue wants to hear from people who bike or walk around Bellevue, as well as those who would if there were more bike- and pedestrian-friendly paths, lanes or trails.
The city has posted two online surveys (one focused on walkways and one on bikeways) as a first step in gathering input to update its Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Plan, dubbed “Walk and Roll 2007.” The surveys will be available on the Pedestrian and Bike Plan page until April 10.
Survey results and other public input will help the city identify walkway and bikeway needs, examine improvements and consider funding. With "Walk and Roll," city planners hope to build upon the network established after a 1999 ped-bike plan. The city is updating the plan to promote walking and biking as a safe, healthy and attractive alternative to driving.
For more information, contact the project manager, Franz Loewenherz (see contact information in the right column of this page).
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