Thank you for your interest and participation in the development of the Lincoln Bike Plan.  The draft Lincoln Bike Plan will be available for public review in late October 2018.


Throughout the project, a variety of community outreach events will be held to solicit input about community values, key issues, opportunities, and goals. There will be three distinct phases of community outreach:

Phase 1

(March – June 2018) focused on gathering information about your vision for the biking in Lincoln and gaining a better understanding of community values and barriers to biking. It offered opportunities for community members to provide specific input on problem areas and missing connections and to share ideas about where improved facilities should go.

Phase 2

(July – September 2018) will allow for your input on a draft bike network, preliminary plan recommendations, and priorities for implementation.

Phase 3

(October – November 2018) will include opportunities for you to review the draft Bike Plan and provide your comments.





The Lincoln Bike Plan team hosted a booth at Lincoln Earth Day on April 28, 2018. What a beautiful day for the event! We had many visitors who enjoyed our bike-themed prize wheel and shared their ideas on how we can make Lincoln more bike friendly.


The first public meeting for the Lincoln Bike Plan was held on May 1, 2018 at the Jayne Snyder Trails Center. Despite the rain and severe weather warnings, we had a great turnout! Approximately 50 community members came, and many spent over an hour visiting with the Lincoln Bike Plan team. They provided input on the bike plan goals and barriers to biking and shared their ideas on how to improve biking in Lincoln.



The second public meeting for the Lincoln Bike Plan was held on Monday, August 20, 2018 at the Turbine Flats Gallery. The meeting ran for 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM and was
attended by approximately 45 members of the public. The primary goals of this meeting were to:

  • Provide information about how the project team develop the draft Bike Network and initial plan recommendations

  • Gather community input on the draft Bike Network and understand the community’s priorities related to which projects and programs should be implemented first.

The meeting followed an open house-style format, with a series of boards set up around the room for visitors to review at their own pace. The Community’s input during the second phase of the Bike Plan was used to refine the Bike Network and plan recommendations and develop the Implementation Plan.




To view the public meeting boards for Public Meeting #2, download the PDF here.


To view an overview of the Phase I Public Input, download the PDF here.


To view an overview of the Phase 2 Public Input, download the PDF here.


To view all public meeting boards, download the PDF here.



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