This report details transportation conditions, needs, potential constraints, and potential solutions for bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Route 10 south of Dover.
The TIP is one of the products that the federal legislation requires a metropolitan planning organization to prepare at least every two years.
The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is updated every three years, and acts as a blue-print for guiding elected officials toward meeting the transportation needs of their constituencies.
The MPO’s UPWP describes the urban transportation and transportation-related air quality planning activities anticipated in the Dover metropolitan area.
Public input is vital to the discussion and completion of transportation issues and projects throughout our region.
In September 2011, Dover Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization adopted its Regional Bicycle Plan.
The bike plan aims to create an effective, safe bicycle system in central Delaware. It shows where there are bicycle trails, lanes and similar facilities in central Delaware and where there are gaps in service. In addition, the plan addresses the need for bicyclists and motorists to share the road, increase recreational biking as well as encourage people to bike to work or school.
The plan was the result of the MPO’s 2008 Regional Transportation Plan, in which public comments expressed a need for more bicycle facilities.