The Steering Committee met on September 19th to review the initial system-wide concept. After initial feedback from the committee, the project team will refine the routes and continue their review with the committee through the end of October.
Thank you! Thank you to everyone who attended the Design Studio on August 14th and 15th! Many thanks to Zach Peterson at City Hall for setting up the work spaces and publicizing the event. The event had a great turnout of people who shared their ideas and concerns moving forward.
What’s next? The consultant team will be processing everyone’s input and developing a network system for bicyclists and pedestrians. Initial results will emerge in September/October and discussed with the steering committee.
RDG Planning & Design and Alta Planning + Design met with the City Council on August 15th to share the process for DavenportGo and update the city council on its progress. Information presented at the work session was shared in more detail during the public design studios.
The project team spent three days touring Davenport by bicycle. They took field notes on barriers, wayfinding, pedestrian access, and safety. Davenport is a great place to ride and we look forward to bringing our experiences to the design studio
A team of experts will be hosting informal work sessions in August to tour the community and design concepts for improving mobility for cyclists and pedestrians. We need your input and reactions as we explore strategies.
Stop by for 15 minutes or the entire session.
Monday, August 14th (5:30pm - 7:00pm)
Credit Island Park Lodge
2200 W. River Drive
Davenport, IA 52802
Tuesday, August 15 (5:30pm - 7:00pm)
Duck Creek Park Lodge
3300 E. Locust Street
Davenport, IA 52803
Thank you to all of those who attended the Davenport Go Kick-Off event last week!
We appreciate your support and encourage all community members to continue giving us your input. Please complete the online survey or submit any comments you have regarding bicycle and pedestrian transportation in Davenport.
Check back for more updates regarding the plan.
Throughout May and June there will be a "roaming display" available for you to take to activities and events. Call it the on paper version of the Map My Ride interactive map listed in the tabs above. This hands on board allows people to tell us where their current routes are and where are opportunities to improve safety, connectivity, and convenience of multi-modal transportation.
How to use the display?
Click here to see a full screen display.
Take the survey here: DAVENPORT GO SURVEY
We welcome everyone to take the online survey!
The survey asks about your transportation behaviors and specifically about what types of roads you would feel comfortable bicycling on.
Click the "Take a Survey" button on the right or the link above. Thank you!