Taking Steps to Ensure Walkability

Walkable urbanism is an uber-popular topic these days. To create a development with a high walk score, TRVA has integrated the benefits of a live-work-play lifestyle into the Panther Island Project. Let your voice be heard on the subject!

The City of Fort Worth, North Central Texas Council of Governments, Streams & Valleys, Tarrant Regional Water District, and Blue Zones Fort Worth are joining forces to make our transportation and recreation options better than ever.

Please take a moment to complete the survey and tell us where you go, what you do when you get there and how your route could be safer and smoother. Also, what would enhance your experience and which barriers (if any) make your route less than stellar.

The City of Fort Worth will also be holding public meetings on the Active Transportation Plan.  Residents, business owners, and anyone interested in shaping the future of Fort Worth’s citywide bike and the pedestrian network is encouraged to come out to the first of several Active Transportation Plan public meetings. Learn more about the Active Transportation Plan project, share your vision for walking and bicycling in Fort Worth, and provide input on current conditions and desired improvements.

Public Meeting Details

  • March 20  |  6pm

    Central Library, 500 W 3rd Street

  • March 22  |  6pm

    Central Library, 500 W 3rd Street

  • March 26  |  6pm

    Western Hills United Methodist Church, 2820 Laredo Drive

  • March 27  |  6pm

    Tarrant County College Opportunity Center, 5901 Fitzhugh Avenue

Take the City of Fort Worth’s recent survey on walkability citywide.

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2018-03-16T08:31:27-06:00 March 14th, 2018|TRVA Blog|