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Energy Corridor District Bicycle Master Plan

Energy Corridor District Bicycle Master Plan

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This Bicycle Master Plan evaluates existing conditions, addresses the needs of bicyclists in order to create a network so that they can use to safely travel to, through, within and from the Energy Corridor, and proposes programs to encourage and support bicycling.This Bicycle Master Plan evaluates existing conditions, addresses the needs of bicyclists in order to create a network so that they can use to safely travel to, through, within and from the Energy Corridor, and proposes programs to encourage and support bicycling.
This Bicycle Master Plan evaluates existing conditions, addresses the needs of bicyclists in order to create a network so that they can use to safely travel to, through, within and from the Energy Corridor, and proposes programs to encourage and support bicycling.This Bicycle Master Plan evaluates existing conditions, addresses the needs of bicyclists in order to create a network so that they can use to safely travel to, through, within and from the Energy Corridor, and proposes programs to encourage and support bicycling.

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Published by: Energy Corridor District on Aug 09, 2011
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Energy Corridor DistricBicycle Master Plan
Promoting programs that encourageand support bicycling.
2010Walter P. MooreBicycle Solutions
 
 
Energy Corridor District
 
Bicycle Master PlanPage
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CONTENTS
 
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 1
 
 About the Energy Corridor District ................................................................................................. 1
 
 About this Plan .............................................................................................................................. 1
 
Coordination With Other Plans and Programs ............................................................................... 4
 
Purpose, Principles, Goals and Objectives ........................................................................................ 6
 
Purpose ........................................................................................................................................ 6
 
Principles ...................................................................................................................................... 6
 
Goals ............................................................................................................................................ 7
 
Objectives ..................................................................................................................................... 7
 
Bicycle Routes and Facilities ............................................................................................................. 9
 
Existing Conditions ........................................................................................................................ 9
 
2010 Bicycle Counts ................................................................................................................... 13
 
System Needs ............................................................................................................................ 16
 
Bikeway Options ......................................................................................................................... 18
 
Proposed Bikeways, Parking and Amenities ............................................................................... 24
 
Livable Center Study Draft Recommendations ............................................................................ 31
 
Education, Promotion and Outreach ............................................................................................... 42
 
Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 42
 
Elements of programs ................................................................................................................. 43
 
Existing programs ....................................................................................................................... 47
 
 Available programs...................................................................................................................... 64
 
Recommendations ...................................................................................................................... 73
 
Conclusions .................................................................................................................................... 76
 
References ..................................................................................................................................... 77
 
 
 
Energy Corridor District
 
Bicycle Master PlanPage
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LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1: Energy Corridor District Location within HoustonFIGURE 2: Energy Corridor BoundariesFIGURE 3: Livable Center Architectural Model (June 2010)FIGURE 4: City of Houston Existing and Proposed Bikeways (May 2009)FIGURE 5: Existing Energy Corridor District Transit and Hike & Bike RoutesFIGURE 6: Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Locations (May 2010)FIGURE 7: Land Use and Major AttractorsFIGURE 8: Shared Use PathFIGURE 9: Signed Shoulder Bike RouteFIGURE 10: Bicycle Lane (“Bike Lane”)FIGURE 11: Signed Shared RoadwayFIGURE 12: Proposed RoutesFIGURE 13: Livable Center Proposed Bicycle ConnectionsFIGURE 14: Pulteney Bridge, Bath, England (spans the River Avon)FIGURE 15: Trailville Drive Endpoints – Potential Buffalo Bayou CrossingFIGURE 16: Pipeline Easement West of SH 6FIGURE 17: Neighborhood Access Point: Fleetwood Place DriveFIGURE 18: Commuter Bicycle Facility at BP Westlake Parking GarageFIGURE 19: LAB Scan (Shoulder-Check) DrillFIGURE 20: Energy Corridor Website- Mobility and Public Safety PageFIGURE 21: Houston Bikeway Program WebsiteFIGURE 22: LAB Online Traffic Skills 101 CourseFIGURE 23: San Francisco MTA Poster CampaignsFIGURE 24: San Francisco MTA Shared Lane Marking Educational Poster

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