The City’s Connect Lynnwood Project was initiated to:
- Improve walking and biking conditions,
- Create safer access to schools, parks, and transit, and
- Develop a safer, more efficient transportation system.
This Project included school walk audits, a parks access study, mapping out existing walking and biking facilities and future improvements. The City’s strategy for making these improvements are documented in the Connect Lynnwood: Active & Accessible Transportation Plan and the Complete Streets Ordinance.
Active & Accessible Transportation Plan
Connect Lynnwood: Active & Accessible Transportation Plan (Connect Lynnwood) is our long-term vision and near-term action plan for improving walking and bicycling. With your feedback, we updated Lynnwood’s walking and bicycling networks and identified which projects to build first. These projects will make it more convenient to walk, roll, and bicycle in our community.
What is active transportation?
Active transportation refers to human-powered modes of travel, including walking, rolling a wheelchair, and pedaling a bicycle.
What do we mean by accessible?
Accessibility ensures that we all have access to safe and comfortable mobility choices no matter our ability level or mobility challenges.
- Describes what it’s like to walk and bike in Lynnwood today
- Maps out an all ages and abilities biking network and walking improvements
- Shares the City’s Implementation Plan
In addition to developing the Connect Lynnwood Plan, this Project includes: