Friday, January 29, 2016

Advocates to push for more access in downtown Loveland

Cover of the study. From Foundation for Aging website.
A study to identify priorities for revitalizing Loveland for pedestrians and cyclists by the Larimer County Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities, the American Associations of Retired Persons, and seven other agencies was presented at an event at the Rialto Theater Center on January 27th. The report put forward short-term, mid-term, and long-term projects and initiatives to improve these alternative modes. Examples of these initiatives include:
  • Making crossings more visible with better pedestrian crossing signals;
  • Creating a bicycle network wayfinding system; and
  • Converting Lincoln and Cleveland avenues to two-way streets.
Read the study on the Foundation for Aging website. For more information about the event and the study, read the article in the Loveland Reporter Herald.

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