In conjunction with Trailnet, the City of Ferguson is developing a plan to improve conditions for walking and bicycling in and around the City. We have put together a survey for residents, and we would love your participation.
The planning team will begin the project by identifying and analyzing current conditions for walking and bicycling, gathering input from residents about their current walking and biking activities and their desired outcomes for this plan. With a solid understanding of the local context, supported by input from local residents and stakeholders, the planning team will recommend strategies for improving conditions throughout the city to create a more interconnected, safe, and convenient network of trails, on-street bike facilities, sidewalks, paths and street crossings. The plan will also recommend education, encouragement, and enforcement programs that support a bikeable and walkable environment and get residents moving by bike and foot. The project timeline will last roughly six to seven months, with an expected completion in late 2010/early 2011.The survey has been developed to gain additional input from Ferguson residents. The plan asks questions about current biking and walking activity, existing barriers to bicycling and walking, and other topics that will help the planning team identify opportunities for improving biking and walking conditions. Click on "Take the survey" to share your thoughts, and thank you for your participation!