Non-motorized Transportation Plan
Non-motorized transportation includes walking or using a wheelchair, bicycling, skating, and using pedicabs. The Non-motorized Transportation Plan, as part of the Total Mobility Plan, will serve as an update to the MPO’s Bikeway Plan of 2000 and as well as providing a plan now to address the needs of pedestrians, and other self-powered travelers. The Plan will be developed by:
- Identifying needed improvements for the non-motorized modes;
- Identifying areas for amenities to help create a human-scaled environment that encourages use of physically active modes;
- Prioritizing improvements and identifying funding opportunities
The resulting prioritized lists will guide the MPO in programming the $98 million that is set aside for non-motorized transportation over 25 years in the Framework Mobility Plan and will be incorporated into the Total Mobility Plan.
The lists can also guide local governments in the development of Capital Improvement Programs, and guide organizations applying for grants in the future, under such programs as Transportation Enhancement and Safe Routes to School.
- Proposal for Pedestrian and Bicycle Project Prioritization Criteria: Click here. This report explains a proposed method that would be used to determine which pedestrian projects and which bicycle projects will be at the top of the lists for funding. Actual project lists will be provided at a later date.
Check this web page again for future public meetings and feedback opportunities.
Contact staff directly: Jane Love, Transportation Planner, 912-651-1449 or email@example.com
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Technical Reports and Maps
Proposed Bikeway Network: This is where we will focus our efforts in evaluating conditions for bicyclists and in making recommendations for improvements.
Entire network map: Click here
Downtown Savannah close-up map: Click here
Proposed Pedestrian/Amenities Focus Areas: This is where we will focus our efforts in evaluating conditions for pedestrians and in making recommendations for improvements. Click here
Bicycle Level of Service Evaluation on the Proposed Network: Level of Service (LOS) is a way of categorizing the existing conditions, according to how "bicycle-friendly" they are, with LOS A being extremely good and LOS F being extremely poor. The purpose is to show which segments need the most improvement.
Map of the evaluation results on entire network: Click here
Close-up map of evaluation results for downtown Savannah: Click here
Drafts of Non-motorized Transportation Plan
For more information, questions, or comments, please contact:
Jane Love, Transportation Planner