Community Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans
As our transportation networks shift from an automobile focus to a more holistic, multi-modal approach, communities must begin thinking strategically about how to better connect pedestrians and cyclists to destinations, schools, parks, and more.
Where are people going? How do they get there? Are there critical gaps in our sidewalk or bike networks that need to be addressed? These are the questions our team of planners and designers answer every day for communities all across the region. We understand that sidewalk and bike connectivity is not a “one-size-fits-all” solution and we work with our clients to develop specific, fundable, and impactful plans to increase bike and pedestrian connectivity throughout communities.
These plans are highly important in building a vision for the future and can be leveraged to seek funding to implement the network over time. Better sidewalk and bike connectivity can benefit not only economic development but also the health of residents, improve the character of a community, and increase property values.
Community Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Services
- Regional, County-Wide, City-Wide, Neighborhood and Corridor Bicycle, Pedestrian and Mobility Planning, Design, Engineering and Economics
- Sidewalk Planning and Design
- Bike Lane Planning and Design
- Sidepath Planning and Design
- Complete Streets Planning
- Active Transportation Studies
- Road Diets
- Corridor & Streetscape Planning, Design, Engineering and Economics
- GIS Analysis
- Engaging Stakeholder and Public Involvement
- Ohio Department of Transportation Pre-Qualified Bicycle Facilities, and Enhancement Design Professionals
- Grant Writing