PennDOT is in the process of updating the 2007 Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. The updated Master Plan will outline a vision and framework for improving conditions for walking and bicycling across Pennsylvania. It will establish and update goals, objectives, and performance measures; provide guidance on how to develop regional and local bicycle/pedestrian plans; make additional program and policy recommendations; and provide guidance on ways to remove barriers to effective pedestrian and bicycle planning and design.
PennDOT Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Stakeholders Meeting
9AM – 1PM
@ Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
Two Chatham Center, Suite 400
112 Washington Place
As part of the public outreach process for the Master Plan, a series of stakeholder meetings are being held across the state. The purpose of the meeting in the SPC Region is to introduce the Master Plan to stakeholders and to hear about the current state of biking and walking in the region. The consultant team will provide a brief overview of the existing conditions identified as part of the work to date. It is anticipated that the bulk of the meeting will be a discussion about the key issues affecting the region and how the Master Plan can be used to address those issues.
If you have any questions, please contact Tom Klevan, Manager – Multimodal Transportation Planning, 412.391.5590 x316 or email@example.com