- Published: Tuesday, 12 July 2016 22:33
The City of Schenectady is in the process of updating its Bike Infrastructure Master Plan and needs your participation! We are seeking feedback and engagement from all cyclists, residents and visitors in the City of Schenectady. Below is a summary of opportunities to engage with the project and how to access project resources.
In conjunction with this weekend's Schenectady County SummerNight and Parks & Trails New York Cycle the Erie Canal events, the City of Schenectady is inviting riders and residents to its first community demonstration project showcasing street‐level bicycle improvements designed to increase safety and connectivity. The temporary installation of bicycle facilities will be located on Washington Avenue in the historic Stockade Neighborhood and is a vital connection between the Mohawk‐Hudson Hike‐Bike Trail and key local destinations. The demonstration will include the City's first contra-flow bike lane and will be in place from Thursday, July 15thto Tuesday, July 19th. Come check it out and tell us what you think!
Other ways to participate
- Take the survey on Existing Conditions: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SchenectadyBikePlan
- Check out the project website where you can find information about the project, submit comments and ideas, and sign up to receive updates: http://schenectadybikeplan.weebly.com/
- Help spread the word of the Washington Avenue bike demonstration and the bike plan update
- Volunteer to help set up the Washington Ave demonstration ! Contact Daniel Berheide at danielberheide@altaplanning .com for more information.
Stay Tuned for News on Upcoming Events!
A second neighborhood demonstration project and a public outreach meeting are being planned for the week of September 19th. More information to follow.
This project is funded in part by the Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) Community and Transportation Linkage Planning Program.