Walkability Audits: Flyer
Better input means a better plan for Puyallup. During the week of October 22, the City and its consultant team will lead three “Walkability Audits”, touring different areas of Puyallup to evaluate walk and bike conditions, taking photos and getting input from area residents. Here’s a copy of the flyer posted around town.
City of Puyallup: Active Transportation Plan
Every trip begins and ends with a form of “active transportation” (even if it’s to and from a vehicle), but it’s much more than that: spaces for walking and cycling frame a city’s sense of place with spaces for events, sidewalk cafes, gathering places for conversation, enjoying art and green spaces, and window‐shopping. From the City’s “Puyallup Moves” web-page, here’s a copy of the 2015 Active Transportation Plan, which set the stage for the Safe Routes to School plan.
US DOT: Bikeability Checklist
Some communities are more bikeable than others - how does Puyallup rate? Here’s a checklist developed by the US Department of Transportation to assess and score the local cycling climate for work, shopping, recreation and casual trips.
US DOT: Walkability Checklist
Everyone benefits from walking. Is it safe and easy in Puyallup? Here’s a checklist developed by the US Department of Transportation to assess and score your neighborhood’s walkability - and identify ways to improve conditions!