Trailnet and the City of Kirkwood partnered in 2014 to create a Pedestrian Bicycle Master Plan. The plan provides a blueprint for the development of pedestrian and bicycle improvements throughout the community, making it safer and easier to reach local destinations, including parks, schools, transit, and commercial areas.
The planning team analyzed current conditions for walking and bicycling, and obtained residents’ input regarding walking and biking activities and their desires for future pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The final plan includes recommendations for improving conditions throughout the city to create a more interconnected, safe, and convenient network of sidewalks, paths, on-street bike facilities, and street crossings.
You can download the final plan here and review the posts below to learn more about the public engagement process.
- Final Kirkwood Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan
- Kiddos on the go, celebrating Keysor Elementary’s Bike Week
- Kirkwood City Council Accepts Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan
- Kirkwood Draft Plan Available for Public Review
- Kirkwood Final Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Summary
- Kirkwood Plan Review and Pop-up Plaza – October 25, 2014
- Kirkwood Planning Advisory Committee Meeting 2 Summary and Documents
- Kirkwood Planning Advisory Committee Meeting 3 Summary
- Kirkwood Planning Advisory Committee Meeting 4 Agenda and Summary
- Kirkwood Walking and Bicycling Survey: Please share your thoughts with us
- Planning Advisory Committee Meeting #1
- Public outreach schedule in Kirkwood
- Summary of November 18 Planning Advisory Committee Meeting