As part of a regional alliance with the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), the City of Irving is developing a citywide bicycle plan. The final draft of the Irving Bike Plan is released for community review and comment. Community feedback is an integral part of this plan.
The City of Irving Bike Plan is tentatively scheduled for City Council consideration on March 21.
Access the final draft of the Irving Bike Plan and its Appendices.
The Irving Traffic and Transportation Department is accepting public input on the Draft Bike Plan until March 13. Comments and questions can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Irving Bike Plan will identify a comprehensive on-street network for bicycle travel featuring inclusive facilities for all ages and abilities and establish planned connections to the surrounding cities. The Bike Plan will also identify priority corridors for implementation and determine methodologies for providing safe bicycle travel from existing facilities and trails to additional areas of the city. Additionally, the Bike Plan will identify high-level opinions of probable cost to implement the short-term and long-term project lists and phasing plans, which will contribute to the recommended policies and funding strategies to be detailed in the Bike Plan.