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October Virtual Listening Session

A Virtual Listening Session was held on Wednesday, October 19, 2022. Please check back for a video of the session.

Following the Pedestrian and Bicyclist Behavioral Study public meeting, we heard from you about how the presence, design, and location of pathways, roads, and real estate developments influence pedestrian and cyclist behavior in the County. Thank you for sharing your ideas. 

The survey is now closed.

Chat comments from Virtual Listening Session

This study will examine whether the presence and location of transportation facilities affect pedestrian and bicyclist behaviors and how to design such facilities that can best anticipate and accommodate future active transportation users. 

The findings will help inform the Planning Department in providing recommendations in area master plans, evaluating submitted development applications, and ensuring conformance with the adopted subdivision and zoning regulations.