25 residents turned out for and participated in the final Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan workshop held at the Estero Community Park on March 25.
Project consultants presented a summary of the overall project, focusing on the preliminary results and recommendations of the master plan.
Topics of the presentation included: public engagement results, bicycle & pedestrian vision and goals, and draft recommendations. (Presentation)
Participants received copies of the bikeway and walkway recommendations. Examples include everything from a .75 mile-long shared use path on the west side of River Ranch Road from Williams to Corkscrew Road, a 1.50 mile internal loop in the Estero Community Park, to a 4.50 mile sidewalk connection and shared use path through the utility corridor and the 5.25 mile SUN Trail Rail corridor. (Maps)
The Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan is expected to be completed and presented to Council in May.