City asking for input on bicycle wayfinding signs

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Design of the new wayfinding signs. City of Colorado Springs

The City of Colorado Springs is asking for the public’s input on where to install new bicycle wayfinding signs. 

The signs are currently being installed along a route in downtown Colorado Springs, and the city wants the public’s input on additional wayfinding routes. 

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The city said the wayfinding system has several benefits, including: 

  • Serving people who are new to bicycling, people who are new to the area, and tourists
  • Directing bicyclists to safer and more comfortable streets
  • Connecting the trail network and on-street bike routes
  • Supporting users of Pike Ride, the city’s new bike-sharing system
  • Helping people get to desirable destinations
  • Reminding people they have transportation choices

The city is looking at downtown routes first. Once those have been implemented, they may consider other areas. 

The project is funded by Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority money that’s dedicated to on-street bikeway improvements. 

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