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Neighborhood Greenways are low-speed, low-volume, shared-space streets that create high-comfort walking and bicycling connections. To see which streets are designated as Neighborhood Greenways, check out the Transportation Plan. In order to create a connected network, the City is prioritizing the design and installation of Neighborhood Greenways recommended in the Priority Bicycle Facilities Network. For 2021, several Neighborhood Greenways are in the works. To design and install Neighborhood Greenways, the City follows the Staff-Led Traffic Calming/Neighborhood Greenways Process. 

Project Map:

A Map of the preliminary design of the Graham Neighborhood Greenway. Greenway spans the length of Graham Dr. between S. Rockport Road and S. Rogers Street with three sets of speed cushions

 

Next Public Input and Meeting:

A public meeting for the Graham/ Broadview Neighborhood Greenway is scheduled for Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the Broadview Learning Center Park Shelter (704 W. Graham Drive). Residents are encouraged to drop in, look at the preliminary plans, provide feedback and ask questions. City Planning and Engineering Department staff will be on-site to answer questions and record resident comments. 

Project Description:

Neighborhood Greenways generally involve using traffic calming to create a comfortable shared space street. The design of the street will be based on feedback from the public meetings, best practices, and project goals. 

Eagle Ridge Civil Engineering is the engineering consultant for this project.

 

Project Timeline:

  • Public Input: Spring/Summer 2021
  • Design: Summer/Fall 2021
  • Construction: TBD

 

Neighborhood Greenways follow the Staff-Led Traffic Calming/Neighborhood Greenways Process. Here are the steps in the process, and where we are currently. 

  1. Notice Mailing-- sent April 21, 2021. Link for a recording of the meeting
  2. First Meeting: Project Scope and Objectives Meeting-- this meeting was held on May 6, 2021. Please see the link posted above for a recording of the meeting.  
  3. Second Meeting: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 4:00 - 6:00pm at the Broadview Learning Center Park Shelter
  4. Optional other meetings.
  5. Open Comment Period 
  6. Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Commission Review
  7. Installation

 

Project Contact:

Mallory Rickbeil
(812) 349-3529 or rickbeilm@bloomington.in.gov