DRAFT FINAL Tallahassee-Leon County BPMP

The Tallahassee-Leon County Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (BPMP) is a very large document that required smaller PDF files in order to be included on this web page. Below are the PDFs in the order that they are found in the overall BPMP.

TOC

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Major projects 1 thru 8

Major projects 9 thru 18

Major projects 19 thru 28

Major projects 29 thru 38

Major projects 39 thru 42

NN 1 thru 11

NN 12 thru 21

NN 22 thru 31

NN 32 thru 41

NN 42 thru 48

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Project Scoring – Neighborhood Network and Major Projects

Project Costs

In addition to the “Chapter Materials” the Public Engagement efforts were integral to the overall planning process.  These files are also very large so they had to be divided into smaller files.  The first set of Public Engagement includes the Focus Area meeting that were held in 2018.

Downtown Focus Area – Meeting Materials

Midtown Focus Area – Meeting Materials, Map 1, Map 2, Map 3, Map 4

Northeast Focus Area – Meeting Materials

Southeast Focus Area – Meeting Materials 1, Materials 2, Materials 3, Map 1, Map 2

Southwest Focus Area – Meeting Materials

At the end of the Public Engagement efforts an Open House was held at the Cascades Park Amphitheater – Open House Materials

In addition to the Focus Group Meetings there were Stakeholder Meetings (Questionnaire and Maps) and emails that were received to incorporate into the project documentation.

DRAFT FINAL Tallahassee-Leon County BPMP

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