City of Baker Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Goals & Objectives
For each objective below, please indicate how helpful you believe the objective will be for bicycle and pedestrian transportation in Baker in the future.
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Improve bicycle and pedestrian conditions in areas of highest demand for walking and bicycling.
Increase access to walking and bicycling facilities for people unable to operate a motor vehicle and for households without personal vehicles.
Expand and improve bicycle and pedestrian facilities along state highways.
Develop neighborhood bicycle and pedestrian routes that provide alternatives to state highways.
Ensure road maintenance policies provide safe walking and bicycling conditions.
Safety *
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Track, analyze and report annual bicycle and pedestrian safety statistics.
Prioritize improvements and programs with the greatest potential to reduce bicycle and pedestrian crashes, injuries, and fatalities.
Collaborate with state and local law enforcement officials on improving safety enforcement and bicycle and pedestrian crash reporting.
Ensure all proposed bicycle and pedestrian facilities are designed to minimize impacts from natural hazards and are coordinated with existing and planned evacuation routes.
Education & Awareness *
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Develop educational materials and public information campaigns on safe walking, biking and driving (eg., "Safe Routes to School," "Share the Road," impaired driving, distracted driving).
Support community bicycle and pedestrian programs and events, and develop bicycle and pedestrian maps, web based information resources.
Intermodal Connections *
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Improve connections between bicycle and pedestrian facilities and local trails and blueways.
Coordinate with local transit agencies on bicycle and pedestrian improvements in existing or future transit corridors.
Provide secured and long-term bicycle parking at transit stops, and park-and-ride lots along state highways.
Economic Development & Livability *
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Target bicycle and pedestrian improvements in major commercial centers and corridors, including tourism areas.
Ensure bicycle and pedestrian options are available between residential areas, employment centers and schools.
Adopt model bicycle and pedestrian design standards and ordinances for local streets and local development practices.
Expand and improve bicycle and pedestrian networks to and from natural and scenic areas, including national, state, regional, and local parks.
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