More People, More Places, More Often, A Plan for Active Transportation was adopted by the City Council on March 3, 2009. Download sections of the plan below:
Preface, Executive Summary, Table of Contents
Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 Current Conditions
Section 3 Existing Plans and Programs
Section 4 Online Survey Results
Section 5 Project Prioritization of Facilities for Pedestrians
Section 6 Network and Project Prioritization of Facilities for Cyclists
Section 7 Programmatic Elements
Section 8 and 9 Equestrian System and Water Trails
Entire Plan (File size: 8.3 MB)
If you have questions, please contact David Godfrey:
By E-mail: email@example.com
By Phone: 425-587-3865
By Letter: City of Kirkland Public Works, 123 5th Avenue, Kirkland 98033
Hard copies of More People, More Places, More Often are also available, while supplies last. Pleease contact David Godfrey for more information.
Results from the Pedestrian and Bicycle Surveys:
The following files sort and document hundreds of comments that we have received through the survey process. The Guide to Survey Results file has information about the different files and what they contain. These comments will be used to make changes to the pedestrian and bicycle networks, programs, and policies. See what your neighbors have to say!
Guide to Survey Results
The City Council adopted the 2001 Kirkland Nonmotorized Transportation (NMT) Plan. The plan was developed with input from the public, the Planning Commission, the Park Board, the Houghton Community Council, and the City Council. The NMT Plan is a planning tool to assist in the development of Kirkland's nonmotorized transportation network. The NMT Plan presents the City's policies, goals, and facility projects for nonmotorized transportation modes such as equestrian, scooters, skates, and nonmotorized watercraft, as well as pedestrians and bicycles.
To find out more about Nonmotorized Transportation options in Kirkland:
Please contact David Godfrey
at (425) 587-3865.