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NOACA Regional Priority Bike Plan

NOACA Regional Priority Bike Plan

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Published by Jacob VanSickle
NOACA is currently working on a Regional Bike Plan 2013 update, and is seeking public comment on the draft.

All comments left on this presentation by May 9th will be sent to NOACA to make changes to the draft plan.

You can also submit comments by emailing publicinv@mpo.noaca.org or by leaving a message at 216-241-2414, ext. 303
NOACA is currently working on a Regional Bike Plan 2013 update, and is seeking public comment on the draft.

All comments left on this presentation by May 9th will be sent to NOACA to make changes to the draft plan.

You can also submit comments by emailing publicinv@mpo.noaca.org or by leaving a message at 216-241-2414, ext. 303

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Published by: Jacob VanSickle on Apr 30, 2013
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Prepared By Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency 1299 Superior Avenue, Cleveland Ohio 44114
 
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The preparation of this publication was financed through grantsreceived from the Federal Highway Administration and the OhioDepartment of Transportation and appropriations from the counties ofand municipalities within Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain and Medina.The contents do not necessarily reflect official views or policies ofthe U.S. Department of Transportation or the Ohio Department ofTransportation. This report does not constitute a standard or regulation.
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1299 Superior Ave.Cleveland, Ohio 44114
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Christopher Lohr added this note
Something more appropriate would be a NOACA supported series of Better Block projects that would more realistically produce a vision of what a complete street looks like. Open Streets are great and do encourage people to cycle (if only for a day), but they don't really create a viable vision for the future.
Christopher Lohr added this note
Bike to school day is a great promotional event, but the focus should be on creating Safe Routes to School so that EVERY day is bike to school day (or walk to school day).
Christopher Lohr added this note
Doubtful of the efficacy or cost effectiveness of this approach. Since cyclists are vulnerable users shouldn't the focus be on motorists?
Christopher Lohr added this note
Should NOACA lead this or is it a conflict of interest since they are a major funder of cycling infrastructure.
Christopher Lohr added this note
Is NOACA proposing that NACTO design guide be used? To what extent?
Christopher Lohr added this note
Is this a good sample of the region?
Christopher Lohr added this note
This should include mandating continuation of bike facilities from cities that have them to cities that do not.
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