Module 2: Infrastructure to Accommodate Pedestrians and Bicyclists

Infrastructure to Accommodate Pedestrians and Bicyclists

  • This module assesses the plans, policies, environments, and resources for infrastructure to accommodate pedestrians and bicyclists, including paved (e.g., greenways) and unpaved (e.g., trails) shared-use paths, bicycle lanes, wide paved shoulders, bicycle routes, and sidewalks.
  • Module 2 contains three sections.
    • Section A – Infrastructure to Accommodate Pedestrians and Bicyclists
    • Section B – Infrastructure to Accommodate Pedestrians
    • Section C – Infrastructure to Accommodate Bicyclists
      • Sections A, B and C should all be completed if you are interested in improving infrastructure to accommodate pedestrians and bicyclists.
      • Sections A and B should both be completed if you are mainly interested in improving infrastructure to accommodate pedestrians or want to enhance this portion of your plan.
      • Sections A and C should both be completed if you are mainly interested in improving infrastructure to accommodate bicyclists or want to enhance this portion of your plan.
  • Who should be involved – technical experts with knowledge of the community’s pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure plans, policies, and resources; specifically experts in planning, transportation, and public works.
  • Approximate time to complete – 150 minutes (if all sections of Module 2 are completed).