Bike Routes and Pedestrian Routes. Bike Route Goals Create a safe route through the city Connecting...
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- Bike Routes and Pedestrian Routes
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- Bike Route Goals Create a safe route through the city Connecting parks, schools, and subdivisions Raise awareness of current trails Gain citizens support for trails in the future Low cost to implement and maintain
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- Involvement Bear River Association of Governments (BRAG) Inventory Maps County Helped show where current county routes are City Staff
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- Inventory Looked to see what we have in place and the state of the roads Drove through the city and looked for best routes Looked at BRAG suggestions
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- Analysis and Site Selection Compared Road Features Safety Current Use Connectivity.
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- Proposed Routes Heritage Loop Connects the whole city, most the parks, and the schools. 6 mile loop Nibley City 5K Route that starts at Heritage Park and is 3.1 miles (5 kilometers) long
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- Implementation Marking routes with signs Published on website and in pamphlets Map sign at Heritage Park Adding bike racks at Nibley City Park and at Heritage Park Bench at Clear Creek Park
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- Budget Signs 24x $150=$3600 (Estimated). Racks 2x $900= $1800 Bench $100 Pamphlet and Map design Free Estimated Total = $5500
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- Publication Online BRAG will help create a map Done by April 2 nd Bicycle safety guide. News Letter and Pamphlets
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- Safety Tips Salt Lake City Website We have permission to use their 5 safety tips http://www.bikeslc.com/GetBiking/BicyclingBasics /Top5SafetyTips.html http://www.bikeslc.com/GetBiking/BicyclingBasics /Top5SafetyTips.html
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- Future Routes Continue to follow the Parks and Trails Master Plan and the Transportation Plan. 2600 South. If a light does get put in on SR 165/2600 South, it would be the best corridor in and out of the city for bikes and pedestrians.
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