Cape Coral to host community workshop on city’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
The City of Cape Coral will hold an interactive, community workshop on the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan on Wednesday, April 20, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Cape Coral Public Works Building, 815 Nicholas Parkway.
The city is working in partnership with the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Florida Department of Transportation on developing the master plan. The goal is to create a safe, healthy, and more-vibrant cycling and walking community in Cape Coral. To do so, the city needs the community’s input to plan bikeways, walkways, trails, and other related projects, officials said.
Input from the community can help answer the following questions:
What does it mean to you walk and bike in Cape Coral?
How can we improve bicycling and walking in Cape Coral?
What would encourage you to walk and bike more?
How can we better connect you to your destinations?
The workshop will include a presentation about the project, interactive exercises to collect ideas for plan recommendations, and time to share ideas with city staff and project team members about how to improve walking and biking in Cape Coral.
For more opportunities to share your thoughts and provide input on the master plan, please visit the interactive project map at tinyurl.com/jl4lw7l
Source: City of Cape Coral