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Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan
  • Published Date:
    2002-04-01
  • Language:
    English
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Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan
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    2016
  • Abstract:
    This Plan provides guidance on how the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) will address the issue of accommodating non-motorized transportation. WYDOT intends to integrate consideration of the needs of pedestrians and bicyclists in its planning and project development processes to produce a transportation system with true modal choices. This plan will not propose specific improvement projects to better accommodate bicycling and walking in the Wyoming transportation system. Instead, it provides general principles and guidance for WYDOT to provide for and improve bicycle and pedestrian transportation. This plan also provides guidance for local governments in Wyoming for developing their own bicycle and pedestrian plans and facilities. This plan concentrates on the three E's (engineering, education and enforcement) to improve bicycle and pedestrian transportation. The plan identifies the State's existing roadway system as the basic network for bicycle travel, although it recognizes that most bicyclist travel will occur within and around cities and towns. The needs of bicycle tourists are addressed by identifying long distance cycling routes. The plan also recognizes that most pedestrian trips are short and that local governments can have the greatest influence on creating viable pedestrian transportation networks. Continuous sidewalks are recognized as the basic network for urban pedestrian transportation.

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