Spokane County is soliciting public comments on the proposed updates to the Spokane County Pedestrian Master Plan. The Spokane County Pedestrian Master Plan is intended to be a guiding document for the improvement and increased connectivity of the pedestrian network within Spokane County. The goals and policies within this plan are intended to facilitate a pedestrian network that is well connected, safe, and enjoyable for residents and visitors of all ages and abilities, The Plan aims to increase the number of pedestrian trips countywide using nonmotorized travel, improve pedestrian safety, improve health of residents, and increase accessibility to essential services and community destinations. Implementation of this Plan is intended to work within the framework of other supporting Spokane County documents and programs such as the Complete Streets Ordinance, the Transportation Element, Bicycle Master Plan, and the Comprehensive Plan to support active transportation within Spokane County. This plan is not intended to replace the existing ADA Transition Plan. Public comments will be accepted through May 17, 2023.
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