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DDOT Bike Study Wants to Hear From You

Can this be right—The Man wants your opinion on something important?

​DDOT’s NoMa Bicycle Network Study is seeking input from bicycle commuters about preferred cycling routes, as well as existing conditions that prevent safe, convenient bike riding within the study area. Providing feedback is easy: just click on this hyperlink, which will lead you to an interactive map where you can provide your input.

The study will provide recommendations on “low-stress” and direct east-west cycling connections across the study area, as well as network improvements between current and future bicycle projects, within and outside the study area.

This map is recording inputs through June 15, 2017. Get to it, commuters!

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