Plan Documents

This page will include draft plan recommendations and other plan-related files for your viewing pleasure and comments. Check back!

 
 
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draft network recommendations map

The map of draft bike network recommendations was presented at the February 7th Open House for the Wilmette Master Bike & Active Transportation Plan. More materials detailing the recommendations were presented at the Open House and then posted to the project website on February 8th here. Those who were unable to attend the Open House were given the opportunity to review the materials online and comment through February 22, 2019. For a bigger PDF version of the map, click here.

Revisions made to the draft bike network map since it was presented at the February 7th Open House include:

  • Ridge Rd Advisory Bike Lane now concludes at Elmwood Ave to the north (previously concluded at Thornwood Ave).

  • Bike Boulevard added to Elmwood Ave between Ridge Rd and Hunter Rd (previously this bike boulevard was suggested on Thornwood Ave).

  • Hunter Rd Bike boulevard extended between Thornwood Ave and Elmwood Ave.

  • Illinois Rd between Happ Rd and Skokie Rd/Edens is now listed as multiple options (previously listed as just bike boulevard).

  • Illinois Rd between Skokie Rd and Thornwood Ave now listed as multiple options (previously listed as just sidepath).

  • The sidepath on Lake Ave between North Branch Trail and future Skokie Valley Trail was removed based on further analysis of tree and vegetation screening impacts.

  • A sidepath was added to Frontage Rd between Old Glenview Rd and the southern Village border.

  • A trail connection to the future Skokie Valley Trail was added at Illinois Rd.

  • A trail connection to the future Skokie Valley Trail was added to Wilmette Ave in Glenview.

  • Lake Ave between Green Bay Trail and Wilmette Ave is now listed as multiple options: a road diet with either bike lanes or advisory bike lanes will be considered, contingent upon a future study. Advisory bike lanes would not necessitate the removal of parking.

  • Lake Ave between Wilmette Ave and Michigan Ave is now listed as multiple options: bike boulevard and marked shared lanes will be considered, contingent upon a future study.

The map was last revised on March 1, 2019

 
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civiltech and active trans proposal

This is the proposal submitted by the project team.

 

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