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The Common Data Request booklet provides additional background information on the MPO, including population, households, median income, and employment for the Indianapolis region. Please be patient when it is loading because the file is very large.
In September 2019, the Indianapolis MPO conducted bicycle counts across Central Indiana in conjunction with the Regional Bikeways Plan. The report includes the amount of cyclists that were documented at each site, why the site was selected by the MPO, and a map of count locations.
The Regional Pedestrian Plan, approved in February 2020, included an inventory of sidewalks and sidepaths along roadways with an INDOT functional classification of 2-6 (excluded Interstates and Local streets). The inventory also mapped the "gaps" in the walkway network. Scoring criteria based on regional priorities were applied to these gaps, which resulted in a "heat map" indicating areas that should be prioritized for walkway investment when funding sources are limited.
This training includes a package of data, a training manual, and training videos that cities, towns, and counties in Central Indiana can use to apply this analysis at their own local level. Which allows them to add walkways along local streets into the inventory, and modify the scoring criteria, if they wish, to match local priorities.
The Existing and Proposed Regional Bikeways data was the product of the Regional Bikeways Plan in December 2020. These files were uploaded on December 22nd, 2020.
If you are a Local Planning Agency and want to report updates to your local bikeways, please contact a member of staff in the IMPO's Planning Section.