The City of El Paso is seeking input from El Pasoans during a Bike Plan Open House, on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, at 6pm at the El Paso Downtown Main Library, 501 N. Oregon St.

The City of El Paso is looking to create a comprehensive bike plan which will determine how bike lanes, bike share, and other bike amenities all fit together with existing transportation infrastructure to enhance connectivity throughout our city. El Paso’s bike plan will serve as a guide to determining which streets are best for bicycling and how to make those streets safer for cycling.

The community is invited to make their voice heard at the Bike Plan Open House on Wednesday, December 2, 2015. During this meeting, the city will discuss and present information on the process, seek input from the public, and answer any questions or concerns El Pasoans might have about their upcoming comprehensive bike plan.

The city’s consultant firm is already collecting data from the city about El Paso's roadways and the next step involves hearing from the public about what their experiences are on El Paso's streets and what they would like to see change. Once they have completed several different types of outreach by talking to stakeholders and holding public meetings, they will develop recommendations. After that, they will take the collected information back to the public and stakeholders for review. Finally, they will incorporate any changes into the final document that will be presented to El Paso City Council.

  • Bike Plan Open House
  • Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 6pm
  • El Paso Downtown Main Library, 501 N. Oregon St.