The purpose of this project is to develop a citywide Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan based on a collaborative and inclusive planning process that reflects the needs and desires of the community. An overarching project goal is to integrate bicycle and pedestrian modes as part of the City’s overall mobility strategy. This Master Plan will serve as a blueprint for the City of Delray Beach to create a robust, safe, comfortable, and convenient network of bicycle facilities and sidewalk network throughout the city as well as provide connectivity to regional non-motorized transportation network.
The development of a Master Plan (Plan) is a result of a collaborative, consensus-building process. It will entail significant coordination with City and County elected officials and City Department Heads and Senior Staff, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Authority (TPA), Palm Tran, Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA), the Delray Chamber of Commerce, other relevant state, regional and local government agencies, residents, business owners, bicycle groups and the public to ensure proper coordination with affected parties. It will reflect the values and needs of the communities it is designed to benefit.
Integrate bicycle and pedestrian modes as key components of Delray Beach’s overall mobility strategy through a connected, safe, comfortable, and convenient bicycle and pedestrian network for people of all ages and abilities that encourages economic development and recreational activities, promotes healthy lifestyle, enhances quality of life and environmental stewardship.
March 24 – Open House
Veteran’s Park, 802 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
March 26 – Bicycle Safety Event and Ride (Rain or Shine)
Old School Square Great Lawn, Across from Ramen Lab Eatery. Free parking available by riding your bicycle, or vehicle parking at Old School Square Parking Garage until 4 PM.
9:00 AM: Bicycle Safety Event with Delray Beach Police Department and the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency
9:30 AM: Bicycle Ride to the Beach Pavilion, Return from the Beach Pavilion at 10 AM
10:00 AM: Input opportunities at the Delray Beach Community Resource Fair
March 31 – Open House
Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave Unit A, Delray Beach
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Integrate bicycle and pedestrian facilties with the existing and future transportation and transit network in Delray Beach and the region to foster economic development and improve livability while protecting the environment.
Develop a citywide interconnected bicycle and pedestrian network that provides viable transportation options for residents and visitors to meet their commute, recreational and other mobility needs.
Develop a safe bicycle and pedestrian network for people of all ages and abilities.
Develop a comfortable and convenient bicycling and walking environment for people of all ages and abilities.
Collaborate with partner agencies, interest groups and residents to encourage and promote cycling and walking through education and enforcement programs.
You may provide location-specific comment related to bicycle and pedestrian issue(s) or improvement(s) in Delray Beach by using the map below.
There is a blue marker icon that you may drag around to indicate the location you want to provide notes on. Alternatively, you may enter your address in the address input field to find the address you’re looking for quickly.
You can call the project hotline at 561-we will use the project hotline number once it is obtained it has been ordered but not received yet email Info@themerchantstrategy.com, or submit a question under “Contact Us” below.
The city is assessing all current facilities and determining the need for additional bicycle and pedestrian improvements based on a comprehensive citywide needs assessment.
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