City of Battle Ground seeking feedback on potential loops and corridors for non-motorized travel

The project team’s initial efforts have focused on identifying gaps and barriers that might impede travel for those who walk, roll, run, bike or use other forms of non-motorized travel


The city of Battle Ground is developing an action plan to enhance non-motorized transportation options such as sidewalks, pathways, trails, and bike lanes within the city.

The project team’s initial efforts have focused on identifying gaps and barriers that might impede travel for those who walk, roll, run, bike or use other forms of non-motorized travel.  The team used a variety of sources including site visits, existing data, and results from a community survey and stakeholder interviews to create an inventory and map of existing gaps and barriers. 

The city of Battle Ground is developing an action plan to enhance non-motorized transportation options such as sidewalks, pathways, trails, and bike lanes within the city.
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The mapped inventory provided the team with information needed to envision and shape a series of potential loops and corridors that would connect key areas of the city.   

The project team is hosting two events for the community to review the work that has been done so far and to evaluate the potential loops and corridors that have been envisioned.  Participants will also have the opportunity to review wayfinding sign options and select a favorite.   

Live Virtual Community Meeting:  Tue., Feb. 15 from 6–7:30 p.m.

The project team will host this live community meeting with break-out rooms for smaller group dialogue.

Online Community Forum:  February 15–22   

An additional opportunity, un-hosted, to review and provide feedback on information presented in the live community meeting.   

Visit www.cityofbg.org/NonMotorizedTravel to access links to the Live Virtual Community Meeting and the Online Community Forum.

Information provided by city of Battle Ground.

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PDXJL
PDXJL
11 months ago

These sort of loops and corridors are are great until they are not… look at the springwater corridor in portland it’s a freeway for drugs, crime, and homeless people. It’s pretty bad and its almost unusable for recreation as its take over….

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