Spokane Pedestrian Master Plan
The City is putting together a Pedestrian Master Plan to increase pedestrian safety and mobility, support a multimodal transportation system, and provide guidance on the best use of resources to implement pedestrian initiatives. The goal is to establish a pedestrian network emphasizing safe routes to school and connections to transit and these routes include streets, walkways, and trails that connect schools, libraries, parks, neighborhoods, and commercial areas throughout the City. Citizen input is important to ensuring success, so I hope you can attend the first open house on Tuesday April 26th from 5:00 to 7:00pm in the Mason Auditorium at the West Central Community Center, 1603 N. Belt.
On the Pedestrian Master Plan website, you can review the project materials to learn what the project has accomplished so far. You can find out how to get involved in upcoming meetings and events. You can also tell planners what you think by sending in your comments and questions.
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