SDOT Needs Input-Bike Master Plan Updates, Interactive Map now Online

Bicycle Master Plan Update

Show us! Tell us!

The Seattle Department of Transportation has worked with many groups and citizens during the past several months as the Bicycle Master Plan (BMP) was being updated.  They now want to hear from you and community groups, whether you and community members currently ride a bike or not and whether the updates and proposals meet neighborhood scrutiny.  Click here for an interactive map where you can see what the proposed improvements are.

 SDOT has posted draft materials online for review; and they want your feedback on:

  • Draft citywide bicycle network map -are there streets missing a bike facility? Are there streets where a bike facility should be removed or relocated?
  • Draft bicycle facility designation criteria-does it make sense?
  • Proposed policy framework-do you have comments on the goals, or other recommended changes?
  • Potential programs-which programs do you think will help us achieve the plan goals?

You can find all of the materials and an interactive onlinemap, as well as the November public meeting presentation at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/bikemaster_materials.htm

Please use the interactive map and comment sheet to provide SDOT and the Bicycle Master Plan team your input by December 17.  Email the comment sheet to bmpupdate@seattle.gov by Monday, December 17.

If you’d like SDOT to come speak to your community group feel free to email that request to the same email address – bmpupdate@seattle.gov.

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