NW Harbor Avenue Design Offers Bike/Ped Friendly Concepts

GreenWorks recently presented design alternatives to the City of Lincoln City and public for the city’s NW Harbor Avenue Improvements. GreenWorks is assisting the City of Lincoln City with both a process for public involvement and design for NW Harbor Avenue improvements that are safe, accessible, and enhance civic character. These improvements support the city’s commitment to public spaces that are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). GreenWorks is recommending an alternative for a more walkable, bicycle-friendly street that provides links to the city’s nearby beach access. The design also provides improvements that build on the city’s character and create better connections between neighborhoods and commercial areas.

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One thought on “NW Harbor Avenue Design Offers Bike/Ped Friendly Concepts

  1. Great ideas on how to incorporate autos, bikes and peds into a narrow street right-of-way. Also, nice use of 3-D graphics!

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