WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – If you would like to give general feedback on the next phase of Purdue’s campus development concerning pedestrian and bicycle safety, you have until Friday. The online survey will cease to take input come Friday, April 11.
A steering committee of Purdue University faculty, staff and students, along with the consulting team of Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC, and Toole Design Group, are collaborating to develop a strategy for the future of pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure on the West Lafayette campus.
News 18 previously reported on the initial phase in February. Anyone in the community is welcome to provide online feedback to the consulting team. It includes a survey, a map to mark areas of concern, and a general feedback and suggestion form.
These feedback mechanisms will be used in the future re-design to improve the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists on campus. A second round of public meetings will be held in April.
If you would like to contribute your opinion in the survey, visit the Purdue Bikes website, but remember the deadline is Friday, April 11.
In addition, the Purdue Bike website also includes campus travel guidelines, safety tips, a map of bicycle routes and a list of applicable regulations and ordinances.