New article on the B-TOP blog: Our sidewalks are in good condition!??, responding to a recent report to the City Council on sidewalk condition.
College and Walnut Corridor Study: Rough design concepts now available at the city’s website. View the slides and video from the June 15th meeting, where those designs were previewed. Nothing is set in stone yet, so if you haven’t already, fill out the College/Walnut Corridor community comment form.
Monroe County Community School Corp. starts school year with enough drivers to fill routes, Indiana Public Media, 8/21/2023
New Henderson bike lane creates confusion, Indiana Public Media, 8/17/2023
Bloomington renews e-scooter company licenses, Indiana Public Media, 8/16/2023
No charges for officer who struck, killed pedestrian with vehicle in Fort Wayne, Indiana Public Media, 8/9/23
City installing more than 50 parking corrals downtown for e-scooters, bikes, Indiana Public Media, 8/8/2023
Aug. 27, 4:30 p.m. Traffic Commission
Aug. 28, 4:00 p.m. Council for Community Accessibility
Sept. 11, 5:30 p.m. Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Commission
Meeting of the minds
Lots of people care about sustainable transportation, but organizing is hard when you have classes, work, and/or kids. Keep an eye on the calendar for opportunities to meet, chat, and strategize for a better Bloomington.
College and Walnut Corridor Study Bloomington’s 2019 Transportation Plan calls for study of the College/Walnut corridor. High-speed automobile traffic shares this space with pedestrians, bicyclists, scooter users, and transit users. Learn more.
Bloomington Transportation Options for People (B-TOP) is a resource and advocate for sustainable transportation in Bloomington, IN.