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NMDOT hosts public meeting for NM Bike Plan in Santa Fe

By NMDOT

NMDOT is hosting a public meeting on the development of the Prioritized Statewide Bicycle Network Plan (NM Bike Plan)

When: May 21st, 2018

Time: 6:00–7:30pm

Where: City of Santa Fe Railyard Offices, 500 Market Street, Suite 200, Santa Fe, New Mexico

During the month of May, New Mexico residents have a unique opportunity to learn about and comment on the future of bicycle infrastructure on New Mexico owned and maintained roadways across the state.  NMDOT is hosting a public meeting to share the results of public input received late last year, technical analyses, and the draft key components of the NM Bike Plan: a prioritized statewide bicycle infrastructure network and design guidance.

The plan considers how best to provide New Mexico residents and visitors with a safe and connected bicycle network on state maintained and owned roads and highways.  NMDOT together with Bohannan Huston, Inc. and Alta Planning and Design, consultants for the plan development, will be available to answer questions and discuss the long-term implementation strategy of the plan.

What to expect at this meeting

  • overview of the statewide bicycle network and region specific maps,
  • summary of the NM Bike Plan methods and outputs,
  • opportunity to learn about and provide input on key components of the draft Prioritized Statewide Bicycle Network Plan and bicycle facility design guidelines.

If you cannot attend, and want to review the draft plan components please visit the project website(www.nmbikeplan.bhinc.com).

Additional information on the public meeting and reasonable accommodations are available by contacting Melanie Bishop at mbishop@bhinc.comor (505) 823-1000.

Contacte a Aaron Sussman para información en español a NMBikePlan@bhinc.com or (505) 923-3341

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