Hampton officials plan city’s first bike and walk plan

HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) – City officials, in partnership with consulting firm Rhodeside & Harwell, are undertaking the city’s first bicycle and pedestrian plan.

Funded came from a grant from the Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment. The plan will focus on the city’s seven urban development areas; Buckroe, Coliseum Central, Downtown, Fort Monroe, Kecoughtan, North King Street and Phoebus.

The plan will make it easier to bike and walk in-and-between those areas.

Through an interactive map, you are able to add information on your preferred routes and destinations, see areas that present challenges for bicycles and pedestrians. You can also see locations of existing bicycle racks, as well as suggest new locations for racks.

If you have any questions you can contact Hampton City Planner, Alison Alexander.

 

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