Grand Island seeks feedback on walking and biking trails at meeting
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. —
Starting on Tuesday, the city of Grand Island will be conducting neighborhood meetings to get feedback on how they can improve their bike and walking trails.
It's called the Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan.
During the meetings, residents will meet with the RDG planning and design team to share their biking and walking experiences.
The Grand Island area planning manager said residents are the one's using these amenities, so they want to ensure they're building something they enjoy and will want to use.
"We want to identify where bike routes will be," said Allan Zafft. "Identify primary pedestrian corridors and improve those routes. That includes the trail system too. Our consultants, on the meetings days, will conduct a tour of the area, take notes, questions, and come up with new strategies to discuss that with the residents in the neighborhoods."
They're asking for feedback by Sept. 29.
Tuesday's meeting will start at 4:30 p.m. at Gates Elementary.