Provide Input for Improving Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Pedestrian and Bicycle Observation PhotoPedestrian and Bicycle Safety logo

Over the past two years the Planning Commission has worked to plan for pedestrian and bicycle safety. In October the Commission received the staff feasibility analysis. And in past months the Planning Commission Transportation Subcommittee has been involved in close collaborations between our Transportation Subcommittee and the Talawanda School District regarding the “Safe Routes to School” program and the Oxford Visitors Bureau to revive the Oxford Area Trail System.

To best coordinate/integrate these efforts and finalize one cohesive plan for recommendation to City Council, the Planning Commission and Community Development Department hosted a public input session on Tuesday, January 14th from 4:30-5:30 pm at the Community Room of the LCNB Bank. Key stakeholders and the general public were invited to join Planning Commission members to review these diverse but linked efforts and share ideas on how they could be best integrated in an overall “Complete Streets and Multi-Use Path Plan” (and recommended implementation schedule).

This additional public input enabled the Planning Commission Transportation Subcommittee to meet with staff and stakeholders to incorporate feedback, and coordinate finalization of a plan for Planning Commission review on February 11, 2014, and Council review thereafter.

Step 1: Review Materials

Download and review the following files:

Step 2: Fill In Public Input Form

The public input form stopped accepting responses on Tuesday, February 11, 2014.

Departments: 
Community Development