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Daniel's Story

First, I have to say that our investments in trail infrastructure have changed the community for the better. I ride a bike to work and find the new trails amazing. So many more people out and about. This is what is at the core of community. But I also have been walking a baby with a stroller regularly over the last year and am pretty alarmed about the condition of sidewalks, access, obstructions etc. If people with stroller or people in wheelchairs can't get to the trails, it's like not having them.

Jennifer's Story

Guadalupe Street is bustling with stores, restaurants, and entertainment...as well stories....This is my neighborhood and we walk and drive Guadalupe Street daily. I love it and love the historic and growing sense of community in our neighborhood. Check out these community-developed resources including www.guadalupestreet.com to learn about the street reconstruction project and www.myguadalupe.com to explore a neighborhood website.

Rose's Story

My husband had taken me to Joseph’s to celebrate my birthday a couple of summers ago. We were in town to explore moving here. I remember I looked out the window and noticed bicyclists whizzing past. I thought, “Oh, this is a town where people get around on bikes!” We moved here and were riding our bikes past Joseph’s and my husband recalled our dinner. He said "now you’re one of those people here who gets around by bike."

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Carlos's Story

Streets and the right-of-way have a lot of unused space. Last year, I started spreading tons of native wildflower seeds and, this year, I've been seeing a lot of them blossoming where I walk.

Leah's Story

Once I was biking on the rail-trail and I ran into a girl who had the same bike as me! We stopped and chatted a bit, and when she introduced herself, She said "hi my name is Leah.” That’s my name!

Hannah's Story

The first time I spent the night in Santa Fe was over Christmas. My friends that I was visiting took me caroling up canyon road. I later found out that my future husband was also there, though we didn’t meet that night. Now I always think of possibilities when they string the lights on Canyon.

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After mapping, projects can be prioritized for funding and implementation. The highest priority projects will be accessible for review with member governments so they can be included into the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). . Based on concentrations of high priority projects, high priority pedestrian improvement zones can be designated to complete improvements by geographic area.