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BikewalkOKC is Oklahoma City's first Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan for the next 20 years. The plan connects neighborhoods with local and regional destinations like schools, parks, shopping areas, bus stops, sports facilities, entertainment districts, work and other neighborhoods. New sidewalks and bike lanes give people, young and old, the opportunity to walk or cycle somewhere in a safe and inviting way. In a car-oriented city, this plan will change people's life.
BikewalkOKC addresses six big projects. Grand Boulevard Revival (developed in 1910!), Two Crosstown Connectors, OKC River Park, Connect Neighborhoods, Complete Neighborhoods, and Iconic Bridges. Most big projects contain several smaller projects, which creates a flexible plan that can be adjusted and revised in time. A short sidewalk extension can give people access to a park or trail, a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge gives access to underused but beautiful recreation areas, and intersection and street improvements create safe connections to schools and parks.
City of Oklahoma City
Bicycle Planning, Pedestrian Planning, Master Plan, Urban Design
Oklahoma City, USA