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Neighborhood Greenways: 

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. 

  • E. 7th Street Neighborhood Greenway: Visit the project page for more information. A virtual public meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. A link and dial-in information for the public meeting is available on the project website. 
  • Graham and Ralston (Broadview) Neighborhood Greenway: Visit the project page for more information. A virtual public meeting will be held on Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. A link and dial-in information for the public meeting is available on the project website.

Resident Led-Process: 

The Resident-Led Process of the Traffic Calming and Greenways Program (TCGP) is a mechanism that allows residents to work with the City to manage motor vehicle traffic in neighborhoods. Traffic calming devices primarily considered for the program include speed cushions and speed humps. 

There is one Resident-Led TCGP cycle annually beginning at the start of the calendar year. The process for the annual cycle is as follows:

 

Flow Chart Describing the Resident Led Process of the TCGP

For more information contact Mallory Rickbeil, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator (rickbeilm@bloomington.in.gov)