We are currently in the process of engaging with members of the public, dozens of community leaders, and studying and documenting existing conditions of Napier Avenue's pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facilities. All documents, reports, and maps will be available here for public review.
Click the links below to download the documents in PDF format.
September 2018 - This report documents the need for pedestrian and bicycle improvements, examines options for how to better meet those needs, and develops a design and implementation strategy for making it happen.
Traffic Study Memorandum
September 2018 - This technical memorandum contains the results and findings of a detailed traffic study performed on Napier Avenue within the project study area.
Phase 2 Community Engagement Report
July 2018 - This summary contains input gathered from the public during the second phase of public outreach as part of this planning effort. Phase 2 of this plans’ public outreach included an online survey and a public meeting held on May 21, 2018 at Napier Parkview Baptist Church.
Tech Memo 2: Alternative Development & Evaluation
July 2018 - This report develops and assesses the feasibility of conceptual design options that bring improved walking and biking infrastructure to the Napier Avenue Corridor.
Phase 1 Community Engagement Report
May 2018 - This summary contains input gathered from the public during the first phase of public outreach as part of this planning effort. Phase 1 of this plans’ public outreach included an online survey and interative mapping tool (known as MetroQuest), hardcopy survey materials, and a public meeting.
Tech Memo 1: Existing Conditions
March 2018 - The purpose of this memorandum is to define and analyze the existing transportation, demographic, land use and planning conditions in the Napier Avenue Corridor. The compiled and summarized data represented in this memorandum is shown in order to help inform the recommendations for potential non-motorized infrastructure improvements to be made in the later phases of this study.
Napier Avenue Walkability Audit Summary
December 2017 - Walkability is important for a community, and everyone benefits from walking. Walkable communities are safer for pedestrians and school children walking or biking to school. Walkability audits enable individuals in a community to analyze how walkable their communities are. They are a key planning tool that provides communities with the technical assistance necessary to access walking and biking conditions while creating a plan for improving them.