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Posted on: May 4, 2020

City seeks input on bicycle and pedestrian master plan update

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FORT MYERS, Fla. (May 4, 2020) – The City of Fort Myers, in conjunction with the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization, has developed a 5-minute online survey for bicyclists and walkers in Fort Myers. Your input is important for the update to the city’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. 

The survey is being conducted in an effort to determine the following:

How can bicycling and walking in the city be improved?

What would encourage more walking and biking?

What is needed to better connect residents to their destinations?

The City of Fort Myers is dedicated to making bicycling and pedestrian safety a priority. The 2020 updated plan will provide improved mobility and further connectivity, leading to a more robust bicycle pedestrian network. It is intended provide an interconnected network for non‐motorized transportation, wildlife, and recreation in a manner sensitive to the needs of various user groups, natural and built environments, and within the constraints of management, maintenance, and funding capabilities.

Please visit the project website at to take the survey in English or Spanish.


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