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Springboro Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan

OVERVIEW

The City of Springboro is located between Dayton and Cincinnati and is a fast growing community that is recognized for its excellent school system, parks and historic districts.  The city has been active in becoming a more walkable and bikable community with numerous plans and initiatives.  The Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan will build on the MVRPC's 2008 Comprehensive Local Regional Bikeway Plan, 2009 Bicycle Friendly Communities Active Plan, other communities plans, recent bike parking improvements, the 2010 Bike Fest in North Park and the continuing work of the Bike Committee.

 

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan was completed using a process that involved public participation, evaluation of the existing bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, and examination of past bicycle and pedestrian planning efforts.

SPRINGBORO BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN PLAN:

The report, appendix and network map, were adopted by the City Council on May 16, 2013 and are posted below.  For best results, right click on link, select "Save Target As" and specify where you would like to save the file on your computer.

 

Springboro Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan  Report - 20 MB PDF

Springboro Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan  Appendix - 27 MB PDF

Springboro Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan  Network Map - 35 MB PDF

PUBLIC INPUT PROCESS:

Project Kick-off Survey

A short on-line survey was conducted in the month of July to help the project team understand existing travel patterns, key destinations, impediments to walking and bicycling, desired project outcomes and needed improvements in the City of Springboro.  Thank you to everyone who participated, a report of the results is posted below.

 

Community Visioning Workshop

This workshop was held on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the Conference Room at the Springboro Municipal Building.  During this workshop participants had the chance to refine project goals and objectives that were developed from the web survey, as well as help develop the non-motorized network by providing input on the potential location of bike lanes, bike routes, sidewalks, pathways and crosswalks. Thank you to everyone who participated.  Results are posted below.

 

Click here to download a PDF of the Visioning Workshop Presentation.

 

Preliminary Plan Open House

The open house was held on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 and consist of two sessions, one from 3:00pm to 5:00pm and one from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the Conference Room at Springboro Municipal Building. Each session began with a brief presentation of the recommendations and then a series of stations were set up for participants to review the alternative and offer structured input. Thank you to everyone who attended. Results and materials are posted below.

 

Click here to download a PDF of the Preliminary Plan Presentation.

 

Public Input Documentation:

Project materials and draft documents will be posted here for the public to download. For best results, right click on link, select "Save Target As" and specify where you would like to save the file on your computer.

Springboro Web Survey - Results - 3.7 MB PDF

Springboro Community Visioning Workshop - Results - 3.9 MB PDF

Springboro Preliminary Plan - Open House Results - 4 MB PDF

Springboro Preliminary Plan Open House- Priority Corridors - 3.4 MB PDF

Springboro Preliminary Plan Open House- Regional Trail Connections - 1 MB PDF

Springboro Preliminary Plan Open House - Neighborhood Greenways Map - 5 MB

Springboro Preliminary Plan Open House- Network Map - 8.3 MB PDF

PROJECT INFORMATION

PROJECT TEAM:

The Greenway Collaborative, Inc., Ann Arbor MI

CLIENT:

City of Springboro

320 West Central Avenue

Springboro, OH 45066

CONTACT:

Dan Boron, Planning Commission

DATES:

2012 - 2013