Topic: MULTIPURPOSE PATH

Eric Dexter

Comment: Please keep the bike/pedestrian design element you currently have included. Also, please add bike/pedestrian elements that have been omitted, such as a sidewalk along the east side of S. Acadian and along College Dr. Response: Thank you for your comments.

Davis Rhorer

Comment: 4) Braddock Complete Street Proposal The LADOTD proposed complete street improvements on Braddock Street connecting Expressway Park to Dalrymple Drive provide citizens a safe route to travel as a pedestrian or on a bicycle and should be implemented as part of this project. Expressway Park is a component of the overall Downtown Greenway, a […]

Lucas J. Denson

Comment: The proposed designs for the city lake bridge and proposed walking trail connections looked very enjoyable. Response: Thank you for your comment.

anonymous

Comment: I saw an exhibit that showed a multi-use path looping out and back on the west of Acadian Thruway, connecting the Thruway north of I-10 to south of I-10, and spanning Dawson Creek. There is also another exhibit showing good pedestrian and bicycle paths on the Nairn bridge. I appreciate the provision of sidewalks […]

J Harris

Comment: Infrastructure design should work with human psychology to anticipate human behavior and provide safe facilities. It is great that the I-10 Widening Project includes multi-use paths and walkways for cyclists and pedestrians along Acadian Thruway, connecting TJ Ribs to the Saltgrass by crossing Dawson Creek, and along Nairn Bridge. Thank you for considering bicyclists […]