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Philadelphia's Pedestrian/Bicycle Plan

Ped/Bike Plan Final

 

After four years of work, a final ped/bike plan for the entire City was adopted by the City Planning Commission on June 12, 2012. 

The 106 page report can be downloaded here

Appendix E (not part of the final plan document) discusses specific locations not addressed in detail in the final report due to the complexity of alignment, traffic or other issues. Recommendations for locations with detailed design or phasing options are provided in this Appendix.
Appendix E of Philadelphia's Pedestrian/Bicycle Plan

 

 

Phase 2 

West Philly Open HouseWest Philly Open House    NE Philly Open HouseNE Philly Open House

Recommendations for new facilities in West Philadelphia and Northeast Philadelphia are being developved for Phase 2 of Philadelphia's Pedestrian/Bicycle Plan. 

Bike Network NENEW Bike Network WNEW

You can get involved in the Phase 2 part of the Plan (for Southwest, West and Northeast Philly) by taking the Questionnaire or participating in the Community Walk Interactive Map



Phase 1

A final draft of Phase 1 of Philadelphia's Pedestrian/Bicycle Plan was presented to the Philadelphia City Planning Commission on October 19, 2010.  It was adopted by the PCPC at its November 2010 meeting. 

Summary of Phase 1 of the Ped/Bike Plan

As the Vision and Goal statement says, "The Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan envisions a Philadelphia in which walking and biking are an integral part of daily life, and vital components of a first class multi-modal transportation system."  

Phase 1 of the Ped/Bike Plan has two components.  First, It has proposed city-wide policies on a number of topics including, enforcement, bicycle design, management and monitoring of pedestrian and bicycle facilities, among others. Each issue has it's own policy paper, but you can also read of summary of these proposals.

Second, it has proposed new pedestrian and bicycle facilities for the sections of the city that comprised the study area: South Philadelphia, Center City, Lower and Upper North Phila and Northwest Philadelphia.

Map of recommended bicycle network for the entire study area

Map of recommended bicycle network in Center City

Other maps and documents


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