Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Study Launched
The City of Brentwood has launched a Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Study to identify options for east-west connectivity of the City’s bike and pedestrian system across or under the Interstate 65 corridor. The City currently has an extensive multi-use trail network east of I-65 with a more limited network west of I-65. The long-term goal is to overcome the divide created by the I-65 corridor and create an east-west connection to expand the bike and pedestrian network within the community.
Kimley-Horn will be conducting the planning study with the goal to recommend the most feasible and cost effective options to the Brentwood City Commission. The community is an integral part of this discussion. Please help us gather data by giving your feedback in this short survey. Then join us on January 23, 2018 from 4-7pm at the Brentwood Library in meeting room B for a casual open house. There you can drop in during a convenient time for you and learn about the study and its goals. You will also have an opportunity to speak with planners and engineers about what you would like to see in your community.
In June of 2015, the Brentwood Board of Commissioners created a Bike and Pedestrian Ad Hoc Committee to provide the Board with recommendations for the short-term and long-term improvement or expansion of bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs in Brentwood. The Committee completed its report and delivered it to the City Commission in August of 2016.