The City of Spokane’s Planning and Development department is proposing
changes to the Master

Bike Plan and is seeking public feedback
on the changes.

The amendment affects both text in Chapter 4 (the
Transportation Chapter) and to Map TR 2, the Planned Bikeway Network Map. One
of the major changes calls for adding bicycle facilities to the Bike Plan. That
includes already-completed facilities such as the Dwight Merkel Park trail loop
and the Spokane International Airport bike lane loop and forthcoming projects
on the Centennial and Fish Lake trails.  The amendment also provides text
changes to describe a new Neighborhood
Greenway classification.
See the full
list of bike facilities
in the Planned Bikeway Network Map
View the Planned
Bikeway Network Map (TR 2)
If the amendments are approved, City planners will discuss
how to incorporate the proposed changes to the bikeway map into the ongoing
efforts to  redesign
Spokane’s bike map
The period for public input on the proposed changes runs
through 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 23. Written comments can be sent via email to
Assistant Planner Nathan Gwinn at
To mail your comments, please visit the project page for the Master Bike
Plan Comprehensive Plan Amendment
An open house on the bike plan amendment is scheduled from
5-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 17 in the Chase Gallery, (Lower Level of City Hall),
808 West Spokane Falls Boulevard.
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