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Bike Plan Draft Offers a Vision for a Bicycle-Friendly Future

The City of Houston recently released its first draft of a new Houston Bike Plan. It’s the first comprehensive effort to update the bike plan originally adopted in 1993, and it calls for nearly 800 miles of safe, connected bikeways by 2026. The city is seeking public input now. We learn more from Mary Blitzer, the […]

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The City of Houston recently released its first draft of a new Houston Bike Plan. It’s the first comprehensive effort to update the bike plan originally adopted in 1993, and it calls for nearly 800 miles of safe, connected bikeways by 2026. The city is seeking public input now.

We learn more from Mary Blitzer, the interim director of Bike Houston, and Geoff Carleton from TEI (Traffic Engineers, Inc.) which is leading development of the Houston Bike Plan.

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City of Houston Releases Draft Of Ambitious Bike Plan (News 88.7, Feb. 19, 2016)
Draft Houston Bike Plan

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