FAMPO Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Plan / Cumberland, Hoke and Harnett Counties, North Carolina

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The Details

The Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO), a transportation management area with a population in excess of 300,000, selected Stewart to prepare a Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Report that addresses the need for a connecting system of bicycle, transit and pedestrian facilities. This report helped identify and prioritize bicycle and pedestrian facilities connectivity issues that exist within the study area, with regards to the regional network of existing and proposed facilities. The Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Report included the FAMPO’s metropolitan area, which includes parts of Hoke and Harnett counties, and all of Cumberland County. The report also took into account the region surrounding the study area, to include connectivity opportunities and promotion of coordinated bicycle and pedestrian planning.

Stewart’s planning services included an innovative suite of public involvement tools that ranged from traditional public meetings to interactive websites that host online surveys, maps and discussions. The completed plan provides a phase implementation strategy for achieving the connectivity goals for the entire community.

The firm was also selected to plan and design the Little Cross Creek Greenway. This greenway will begin at Fort Bragg’s boundary at Bragg Boulevard, cross under the proposed Fayetteville Outer Loop (Future Interstate 295) and continue south along Little Cross Creek to the Cape Fear River, a distance of approximately 7.5 miles.

Owner

Fayetteville Metropolitan Planning Organization

Start Date

2010

Completion Date

2010

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