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The City of Pasadena's Bikeways Analysis and Feasibility Study builds on the outreach and feedback received during the development of the City's Bicycle Transportation Action Plan.
The City of Pasadena, California developed a Bicycle Transportation Action Plan (BTAP) that provides specific goals, objectives, actions, and timelines for creating an environment (1) where people circulate without a car, (2) that significantly increases the number of people who commute by bike, (3) that increases the number of people who use a bike for utilitarian trips, fitness and recreation, and (4) that provides business and economic benefits for the City.
To assist the City with the development of the plan, a Bikeways Analysis and Feasibility Study was conducted to evaluate the possibility of constructing buffered bike lanes, cycle tracks, for bicycle boulevards on specific roadways throughout the City.
This document builds upon the outreach and feedback received during the development of the BTAP and focuses on four north-south bicycle boulevard corridors. This study evaluates the traffic calming features based on existing traffic conditions, bicycle Level of Traffic Stress (LTS), vehicle impacts (traffic Level of Service (LOS), on-street parking), collisions, accessibility to existing bicycle facilities and land uses, and cost of the corridor improvements. This study developed planning-level conceptual design plans based on the refined traffic calming features recommended for each study corridor.
Attached document published February 2021
posted Nov 15, 2023
The Oklawaha Greenway extensions will create connectivity between parks, municipalities, and destinations through an accessible, continuous greenway that serves as a walking and biking spine for future greenway growth and connections within Henderson County.
posted Nov 8, 2023
The purpose of the Lower Saluda Greenway, a proposed 10.5-mile multi-use paved path along the north side of the Lower Saluda River, is to increase safe access to nearby parks, trails, and destinations, aid in short-trip multimodal travel, and increase regional connectivity and unity between the Lexington and Irmo areas with the communities of Columbia, West Columbia, and Cayce.
posted Dec 22, 2020
IMBA Trail Solutions visited the Moose River Plains Wild Forest for one week in October of 2013 to conduct field research, meet with stakeholders, and to begin the process of developing a conceptual design for mountain bike use in the area. All of the designs presented in this report are conceptual in nature and have not been completely field verified. Additional work will need to be done in the field to finalize the designs of reroutes and proposed trails described in this report.
posted Jul 30, 2020
This feasibility study examined the development of a multi-use rail with trail along the State-owned railroad, as well as a number of alternate routes. This study does not recommend specific routes, but highlights the possibilities for further consideration by the involved individuals and communities.