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The city continuously looks to improve infrastructure to aid in safe transportation routes for bicyclists and pedestrians. Throughout the month of September, city staff and volunteers will be conducting the annual bicycle and pedestrian count. These counts help measure changes in the number of people biking and walking and to also determine whether improvements are needed or should be prioritized at the count sites. For more information about the count, visit


The city wants to hear from YOU! What transportation infrastructure improvements in the city have helped you, your business or organization?

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Describe transportation infrastructure improvements that you feel are needed. Describe locations for new sidewalks, sidewalk ramps, shared use path or trail, painted crosswalks, bike racks, etc. and/or improvements to existing infrastructure such as locations where utility poles or signs block sidewalks, bike lane markings could be improved, etc. 

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