Bicycle Master Plan
The City of Georgetown Public Works Department is working with graduate students from The University of Texas at Austin to create a Bicycle Master Plan for Georgetown. The plan will serve as a blueprint for potential cycling transportation enhancements in the future. As part of the process, the City has hosted two community workshops.
Dec. 4 Community Workshop
At the Dec. 4 workshop, the project team presented a proposed bicycle network including varying levels of bicycle facilities, as well as an implementation plan based on input from the first community workshop on Oct. 11.
- Vision and Goals
- Strength, weakness, opportunities and threat analysis
- Proposed bicycle network: downtown
- Proposed bicycle network
- Bicycle network: prioritized segments
- Types of proposed bike lanes
- Key improvements
- Future bicycle design: downtown streets
- Future bicycle design: minor and collector streets
- Existing conditions
- Project timeline
- Key improvements (1)
- Key improvements (2)
- Bicycle network concept map
- Implementation strategy
Oct. 11 Community Workshop
The City hosted a community workshop on Oct. 11 to get feedback from the community about existing conditions and types of cycling activity in the City.