Albany Ped and Bike Plan Planning Workshop

From Albany Ped and Bike Plan

Please join us for an all-day interactive workshop to contribute your ideas for improving walking and Cycling in Albany!

This study session, led by the Fehr and Peers Consulting Team will focus on identifying potential projects for future pedestrian and cycling infrastructure enhancements throughout the City.

Attendees will learn about national best practices for walking and cycling planning in the morning. During the day, the group will be asked to participate in small group walking and/or cycling tours in key areas of the City. After the walking and cycling tours, participants will help formulate conceptual plans to address issues and opportunities identified in the field. The preliminary plans and comments received during the workshop will be folded into the Draft Albany Walking and Cycling Plans.

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