View the drafts here.
Following the open-comment period in January and February, the draft Walk Bike Columbia Plan has now been finalized for consideration by the Planning Commission and City Council. All pieces of the Plan are posted to the Documents section of this website, including the Bike Share Study completed as part of the larger Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan study.
View the drafts here.
Thanks to everyone who came to the Final Public Meeting of the Draft Walk Bike Columbia Master Plan. What a great turnout! We encourage you to stay plugged into the Plan as the process moves forward from here. Please use our Website Comment form to sign-up to receive email updates about the Plan and to stay involved in moving these big ideas forward in your neighborhood.
Take a look at the community and media response to the unveiling of the Draft Plan in the article here and in the video below:
On December 2, 2014, Gregory Sprouse of the Central Midlands Council of Governments and Lucinda Statler of the City's Planning Division, provided a briefing to City Council on the progress of Walk Bike Columbia. The PowerPoint slides used in the presentation can be viewed here.
Volunteers and local staff are conducting bicycle and pedestrian counts this week. 26 count locations were selected based on collision history, proximity to transit stops and transit access, upcoming infrastructure projects, and key destinations. Counts will be conducted on a weekday (Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday) and a weekend day (Saturday) this week.
A few slots are still available, if you would like to be a count volunteer - let us know asap by emailing jeancrowther (at) altaplanning.com!
Use the counts as a good reason to bike or walk to school, work, or run errands this week!
Walk Bike Columbia's first public workshop provided helpful new input from citizens regarding walking, biking, and transit in Columbia. Columbia's local media came out to cover the event and share information about other workshops taking place this week.
Click here to watch the video of news coverage!
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Join us for drop-in public workshops on July 29th, 30th, and 31st! Click on the image to the left to view or download the flyer.