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!
Map your ride here: DAVENPORT GO MAP
Show us where you ride your bike your bike and share your issues (or ideas) to make your ride a better experience.
Go to the "Map My Ride" tab at the top to use the interactive map. Draw and comment as much as you want, we appreciate your help!
Community engagement involved with the Davenport multi-modal transportation plan update continues to grow as WVIK encourages quad-city residents to complete the Davenport Go online survey. Even though there has been great community engagement over the past months, Zachary Peterson of the Public Works Department urges for more residents with a "non-auto perspective" to come forward. Information gathered from the survey will help create a well-rounded multi-modal transportation plan for those who live, work, and play in Davenport. You can listen to the broadcast here.
If you have not completed the community survey, please share your voice here.
The Davenport Go Steering Committee kicks-off on May 10th. The Committee will provide guidance to the consultants at RDG Planning & Design and Alta Planning + Design throughout the project. Check back often for updates!
The City of Davenport has begun the process to create a citywide bicycle and shared-use path master plan! Davenport Go will expand upon components of past multi-modal plans to identify infrastructure and policy actions to create a complete, safe, and well-connected network. From trails to bike lanes, Davenport Go will help create a walking and bicycling environment for all ages and abilities. Davenport is excited to have RDG Planning & Design and Alta Planning and Design help in this planning process.
Please check back often for project updates and ways to get involved, or contact us directly through the "Get Involved" tab at the top!