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Partnership with the University of Oregon Bicycle Planning Class

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In the spring of 2015, the City of Redmond and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) partnered with the University of Oregon as part of the Sustainable Cities Initiative and their Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning course to provide the City assistance in its planning efforts to increase the number of people biking in Redmond.  

The class toured Redmond via bicycle, heard a presentation about the demographics of Redmond, and reviewed the work that the BPAC has been doing and then spent time in their classes coming up with design concepts to address the community's goals for biking and walking.  At the end of the semester, the students made presentations in Redmond.  The result was a wealth of new ideas that the City and BPAC can incorporate into future projects to help make Redmond more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. 

The summary report from the class and the student presentation boards can be found below.

Summary Report - Bike the Hub: Creating a Family-Friendly Bike System in Redmond SPRING 2015

Three Steps to Safety

Beyond Bike Lanes

Canyon Connection

Centennial Bikeway

Critical Connections

Cultivating Connections

McKenzie Bikeway

Pedestrian & Bike Oriented Neighborhood

Vern Patrick Elementary & Obsidian Middle School & Redmond High