PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN
The Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is generating a pedestrian master plan for the greater Santa Fe area. The Pedestrian Master Plan will outline a vision for existing and future sidewalk connectivity that addresses community desires and needs.
Last fall, 8 public input meetings were held across the MPO Planning Area to collect feedback on improvements needed to make walking a viable transportation option. Additionally, a survey was available and over 800 surveys were completed.
This summer, the Pedestrian Master Plan Working Group helped identify improvement projects, policy recommendations, and a rating system to prioritize improvements. The MPO is holding two public meetings in September to gain public input on pedestrian needs, a draft project improvement list, and proposed design standards for pedestrian improvements.
Public Meeting #2 (Open House)
|Sept 20||Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Dr||10:30 – 12:30 pm|
|Sept 24||Gonzales Community School – Library, 851 W Alameda||5:00 – 7:00 pm|
Public input will inform the upcoming Pedestrian Master Plan document to be developed this fall. If you are unable to attend the meetings or would like to send in comments, please email them to: santafePMP@do-designoffice.com
Dan Burden/Robert Ping WALC Institute Santa Fe Visit Follow-up
Click the following link to view the text memo the WALC Institute prepared following their visit
Click the following link to view a video of the Dan Burden/Robert Ping May 14 Presentation at the Convention Center