I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Sidewalks

walknbike.jpg?sfvrsn=0Please note that I am not advocating actual screaming for sidewalks - or for bikeways, for that matter. In fact, it's not necessary to raise your voice at all, because Metro Public Works is updating the plan for sidewalks and bikeways in Nashville - an initiative called WalknBike.

Friday, April 15, is the public kickoff for WalknBike - the update to the Nashville/Davidson County Strategic Plan for Sidewalks and Bikeways. The kickoff event will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Main Library downtown (615 Church Street, Nashville, 37219). 

This is the beginning of the "visioning, inventory and analysis" phase of the yearlong update. Metro wants to hear from you about your vision for sidewalks and bikeways in Nashville, regardless of whether you walk for exercise or for transportation; whether you are a hardcore, Lycra-sporting cyclist; or someone who would simply like to bike if it felt a bit safer. 

Learn more at nashvillewalknbike.com, where you can fill out an initial survey on walking and cycling conditions and use the interactive map to tell Metro about the routes you use today or would like to use, and barriers that exist to walking and cycling.

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