Pedestrian-Bicycle task force releases proposed recommendations, asks for more funding, organization for accessibility issues

A task force that has been dedicated for the past eight months to looking into Lawrence’s pedestrian and bicycle issues made public a draft of its final recommendations for how the city’s accessibility could improve.

In a 37-page document, the 11-member Pedestrian-Bicycle Issues Task Force outlined problems for pedestrians and bicyclists in Lawrence, including gaps in sidewalks, broken sidewalks, unconnected bicycle paths and a fragmented network of organizations that advise the city on pedestrian and bicycle issues.

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