Thanks for taking the time to submit a project for the statewide project list we’re compiling. Eventually we will compile and publish the entire list. It will keep evolving over time as projects are completed (and celebrated) and new ones developed. With your help we will keep making the case for more funding for bicycle infrastructure to develop the active transportation system of the future.
This form is in three parts. We need to have the basics to put something on the list at all. If you’re able to provide more detail with additional background and links to more sources, that’s great. If you want to do even more drilldown into the world of transportation policy and tell us what the project accomplishes, that’s even better, but it’s absolutely not necessary for getting the project on the list.
Then, if you’re able to, please evaluate the project in terms of the criteria we’ve listed. You can simply check the box by each of the criteria you think this project would contribute to, and/or provide a comment or two below to expand on how the project addresses a specific point.
This information will help us understand what the project accomplishes and demonstrate to legislators that these projects contribute to the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the transportation system and the health and livability of our communities.
If you don’t know the answers, don’t worry! This kind of information will emerge as we coordinate and collaborate with city, county, and regional transportation planners.
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