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The Lincoln City Walking and Biking Plan,
which was adopted by City Council on November 26, 2012, looks at ways the City can support pedestrian (including people using
mobility devices) and bicycle transportation in Lincoln City. The Walking and Biking Plan identifies investments
in the City’s transportation system, which are needed to improve opportunities for residents and visitors to safely
walk and bike for transportation and recreation. The Walking and Biking Plan will become part of the Lincoln City
Transportation Master Plan, which will guide long-term investments in the City’s transportation system.
Some reasons to do this project include:
- Improving the livability of residents and visitors
- Encouraging recreation
- Incorporating exercise as a part of the daily routine
- Making walking and bicycling viable commuting options
- Supporting the City’s sustainability objectives
- Supporting economic development in Lincoln City
Thanks to everyone that got involved with the project.
Hundreds of comments were provided to the project team, which includes Lincoln City
staff and the consultant team (CH2M HILL and
Alta Planning + Design), and incorporated into the final plan.
This project was partially funded by a grant from the Transportation and Growth Management (TGM) Program, a joint program of
the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD). This
TGM grant was financed, in part, by federal Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (SAFETEA-LU), local government, and the State of Oregon funds. The contents of this website do not necessarily reflect
views or policies of the State of Oregon.