The City of Madison is Seeking Community Input
The city wants input on a Bike/Pedestrian Master Plan
INFORMATION FROM THE CITY OF MADISON:
The City of Madison Active Living Team, and team of consultants working on the Comprehensive Plan project are asking for the input of residents regarding bicycle and pedestrian safety. In order to give input about potential fixes and projects in the City, the team is asking members of the public to complete a survey online at the link below. This survey will help further focus the team on the solutions fellow residents most want to see in the bicycle and pedestrian master plan.
The public engagement portion of this section comes after the Active Living Team gave significant input and insight into the accessibility of the community. The Active Living Team grew out of the “Active Living Workshop” done by the Indiana State Department of Health in 2014. The survey will be available for two weeks and citizen input will be directly used to influence the types of fixes and projects that will be proposed in the plan.
The Bicycle & Pedestrian Master plan is paid for in part through a grant from the Indiana State Department of Health, which is a part of the overall “One Madison Comprehensive Plan” for the City of Madison. If residents have any questions about the survey or the overall project and how they can become involved, please contact Andrew Forrester in the Mayor’s Office at 812-265-8300.
Take the Online Madison, Indiana Project Survey from Survey Monkey. It takes 5 minutes, and it gives you a chance to have a voice in how the project develops.