CITY OF FRANKLIN BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN WAY MASTER PLAN

Franklin, Indiana

PROJECT SUMMARY

The City of Franklin has made tremendous progress planning, designing, and constructing bicycle and pedestrian facilities over the past ten years.  The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan will be a comprehensive assessment of all bicycle and pedestrian facilities and will be a critical guide to the city for future development of the bicycle and pedestrian system.  This master plan will engage residents and community leaders to provide recommendations that seek to improve pedestrian and bicycle circulation, connections and opportunities. The plan’s recommendations will focus on infrastructure improvements, but will also address policy and program updates to support and encourage pedestrian and bicycle travel.

The planning process will include a review of existing conditions and documents, public input, and recommendations for infrastructure improvements and policy changes.

Continue to check back to this page for updates on this project.

COMMUNITY INPUT

There will be a variety of opportunities to share your feedback regarding your thoughts on how to improve the trails, sidewalks and other facilities in Franklin.  Two public forums, a community survey, and an online interactive mapping activity will be available to the public.  You may also contact Tricia McClellan, Project Manager with REA, or Mark Richards, City Engineer, City of Franklin, through email to share your comments.  Use the Contact Form on the left to submit feedback, or click here.

PUBLIC MEETING #1

Information Coming Soon

COMMUNITY SURVEY

The online community survey will be available through June 2019.  Click on the Get Involved tab at the left to take the survey, or click below.

ONLINE MAPPING

The online interactive map will be available through June 2019.  This map will allow you to draw lines on a Google map to show where you currently walk or bike and where you would like to walk or bike anywhere in Franklin.  You can also mark destinations that you would like to reach by bike or foot.

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